#GAReads | Three girls took their school's mandatory skirt policy to court — and won

photo credit:  Chen Feng , via  Unsplash

photo credit: Chen Feng, via Unsplash

Three girls took their school's mandatory skirt policy to court — and won”:

Following a lawsuit from three female students, a North Carolina public school that had mandated girls wear skirts to preserve “traditional values” will have to allow them to wear pants or shorts instead.

Bonnie Peltier, the mother of one of the girls who sued Charter Day School in North Carolina, told the Washington Post that that she contacted the ACLU after Baker Mitchell, the founder of the Roger Bacon Academy, which runs the school, gave her a condescending lecture about archaic gender norms.

Read the full article at Women In the World here…