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A college in Houston has introduced a dress code – for parents

James Madison High School in Houston has completed a dress code aimed at parents who have dispelled some people. Master Carlotta Outley Brown wrote in a letter earlier this month to parents that they cannot enter the schoolyard while wearing pajamas or revealing clothes. The school also forbids parents to wear zippers, pants, shorts, short dresses and low tops. Women cannot wear a satin cap, hair curler, shower cap or frame on the head. The new policy has been implemented "to prepare our children and notify them daily, appropriate clothing to wear when entering a building, go anywhere, apply for a job or visit someone outside the home," says Outley Brown. The guidelines follow reports that a mother did not have to enter her daughter at Madison High School because she proved to wear a T-shirt dress and a headscarf. Some parents do not agree with the new rules. <img alt = "Do school uniforms stop body-hammering girls? Rosemary Young was given a copy of the new parental clothing code when she wore a satin cap to fetch her son from school. She said she was in a hurry for her younger son to have broken her arm earlier. "It doesn't matter how a parent will come," Young told CNN affiliate KTRK. "If we come here war-fighting, without control, things of that kind, that's what you have the police for, but what I never wear should be a problem. I'm not revealing. I do nothing. I have no weapons. .…

James Madison High School in Houston has completed a dress code aimed at parents who have dispelled some people.

Master Carlotta Outley Brown wrote in a letter earlier this month to parents that they cannot enter the schoolyard while wearing pajamas or revealing clothes. The school also forbids parents to wear zippers, pants, shorts, short dresses and low tops. Women cannot wear a satin cap, hair curler, shower cap or frame on the head.

The new policy has been implemented “to prepare our children and notify them daily, appropriate clothing to wear when entering a building, go anywhere, apply for a job or visit someone outside the home,” says Outley Brown.

The guidelines follow reports that a mother did not have to enter her daughter at Madison High School because she proved to wear a T-shirt dress and a headscarf.

Some parents do not agree with the new rules.

<img alt = “Do school uniforms stop body-hammering girls?

Rosemary Young was given a copy of the new parental clothing code when she wore a satin cap to fetch her son from school. She said she was in a hurry for her younger son to have broken her arm earlier.

“It doesn’t matter how a parent will come,” Young told CNN affiliate KTRK. “If we come here war-fighting, without control, things of that kind, that’s what you have the police for, but what I never wear should be a problem. I’m not revealing. I do nothing. I have no weapons. . “

Zeph Capo, president of the Houston Federation of Teachers, also thinks the school went too far.

“Having body parts exposed is one thing. Turn someone away, because their hair is in rolls … is a bit ridiculous,” said Capo to CNN. “This is a question of a principal who issues a dictatorial editor rather than having a substantial conversation.”

“Some of the stuff seems a little classic,” Capo added.

The Houston Independent School District refused to comment. Outley Brown did not respond to the request for comment.

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