Milwaukee Public Schools approved a measure yesterday to mandate all students across the county to wear uniforms to school.
Guidelines for the proposal are pretty basic: full-length, cargo and capri pants are allowed -- but denim jeans, pedal pushers and bell bottoms aren't. As for tops: polo’s, button-down shirts or turtlenecks are OK -- but anything with brand-names, pictures or insignias are a banned.
The Superintendent feel like it will level the learning field with students.
"Students are coming to school... we must make sure they are allowed in; this cannot be seen as a penalizing measure," said Milwaukee Public Schools Superintendent, Darienne Driver.
For more details including pricing, check out the story here!