St. Johns County schools less than federal investigation for dress code

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The U.S. Section of Education’s Office environment for Civil Rights is investigating the St. Johns County University District for potential violation of federal statutes for its gown code coverage based on gender bias.

The school district gained a complaint Monday from the Office of Education’s OCR’s southern regional place of work (Criticism No. 04-21-1208), alleging its costume code has unfairly qualified female learners publicly humiliated all those female students and also altered only woman, not male, photos in this year’s yearbook photos for Bartram Path High School, just one of nine secondary schools in the county’s public university method. 

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