Dress Codes and Religion Equity – Podcast Episode 186 | Classnotes Podcast 186
Classnotes Podcast (October 25, 2018) There may forever be a tension between what teenagers want to wear to school and what school officials deem is appropriate. School dress codes may serve a purpose, but they cannot prevent a student from expressing religious beliefs. In this episode, we look at what the law and courts have said about religion equity in the context of dress codes and what schools should be doing to avoid infringing on students’ rights. We also hear from a former student who is Muslim on her experiences in school. For this discussion, Phoebe Schlanger, the Mid-Atlantic Equity Consortium senior publications editor, and Nada Mousa, a research and program assistant at MAEC, join David Hinojosa, J.D., director of the federally-funded IDRA EAC-South, which provides technical assistance and training to build capacity of local educators to serve their diverse student populations.
Show length: 15:15
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Religion Equity in Schools – Protecting Students and Their Civil Rights, IDRA Newsletter, August 2018
Religion Equity and School Dress Codes, IDRA Newsletter, August 2018
Dress Codes, Anti-Defamation League
Combating Religious Discrimination and Protecting Religious Freedom, U.S. Department of Justice
A Matter of Life and Death – Two Scholars Make the Case for Teaching Religious Literacy, Teaching Tolerance, Summer 2017
Diversity, Race & Religion, StopBullying.gov
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