'My skin isn't distracting': Duval students sound off about dress code
"Sexualized." "Shoulders." "Knees." "Distracting."
Those are some of the terms most often used by Duval County high school students when asked about the district's dress code measures, according to comments collected from about 3,200 high school students by Duval County Public Schools.
Many say the dress code is inequitable when it comes to enforcement for boys versus girls.
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