Letter to the Editor: Dress codes are worth it in the long run | Tulsa World

September 18, 2019
  • D.C. Policy Center
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On September 18, 2019, the D.C. Policy Center’s report, Landscape of Diversity in D.C. Public Schools, was cited by Tulsa World:

Columnist Ginnie Graham’s piece used a report issued by the National Women’s Law Center that analyzed dress codes and violations among 21 Washington, D.C. public schools and charter schools. A D.C. Policy Center report in December 2018 found unequal distribution of black students among the various sites though the overall majority are black students.

Read more: Letter to the Editor: Dress codes are worth it in the long run | Tulsa World

Related: Landscape of Diversity in D.C. Public Schools | D.C. Policy Center

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