During a debate in Danny Dudley’s government class at Eagle Valley Middle School over potential school uniforms, teacher Brian Wallace challenged his students to do more than just argue their ideas. So Danny, 14, started a petition to oppose the proposal to require students to wear uniforms at Carson High School next year. “The Supreme Court ruling of Tinker vs. Des Moines clearly states that unless a school administration can prove that the clothing worn by students will disrupt the school environment, they cannot censor student expression,” he wrote in his petition. “Uniforms censor student expression.” Danny, with help from …
Middle-schoolers opposing Carson High uniforms
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