News 9: Oklahoma school reviews dress code that banned kindergartener's U-M T-shirt
A school district in Oklahoma City says it's reviewing its dress code after making a 5-year-old boy turn his University of Michigan T-shirt inside out because it broke the rules, the News 9 station reported.
Shannon Barton, mother of kindergartener Cooper Barton, said she and her family bleed maize and blue. She told the station the boy wore a Big House T-shirt to school and was told he could wear only T-shirts from in-state universities. Cooper had to turn his shirt inside out on the playground behind a tree, according to the report.
The school district says it's reviewing the dress code, which was enacted in 2005 with the help of an Anti-Gang Task Force. The rules also ban professional team apparel.
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