Video: Students sent home from school because their uniform was 1 inch short

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Students were sent home from one school for wearing their uniform 1 inch shorter that it is supposed to be.

They were barred from entering the school compound by a “Miss Ellis” at the gate.

An angry parent video the studentsand expressed his dissatisfaction, He argued that their uniform was fine and one inch shouldn’t stop the studentsfrom learning. Some parents claim that they cant afford to buy new uniforms for their children so they have to wear the old one which might be a little short but not short enough to be noticed.

However on the flip side persons are saying that the rules are the rules so if the student are wearing the incorrect uniform, they should be sanctioned.

Tina Chin – “The actions of some Jamaica educators are incomprehensible. I’m beginning to wonder if they are worth the chalks or the blackboard. The things they do are very questionable. What century are we living in again? Are they educators or are they IDIOTS? These students missed a day in school over your bureaucratic friggery?!. One inch of cloth?! 😱Their skirt lengths are not under their arses. Your rules need to be re-examined because this is total slackness! Everyday a school in Jamaica is in the news for RUBBISH. THIS IS THE 21st century !!! STOP UNUH SHITTERY EDUCATORS- you are becoming worse than the students.”

STUDENTS SENT HOME OVER 1 inch of CLOTH!!! The actions of some Jamaica educators are incomprehensible. I’m beginning to wonder if they are worth the chalks or the blackboard. The things they do are very questionable. What century are we living in again? Are they educators or are they IDIOTS? These students missed a day in school over your bureaucratic friggery?!. One inch of cloth?! 󾍁Their skirt lengths are not under their arses. Your rules need to be re-examined because this is total slackness! Everyday a school in Jamaica is in the news for RUBBISH. THIS IS THE 21st century !!! STOP UNUH SHITTERY EDUCATORS- you are becoming worse than the students.

Posted by Tina Chin on Sunday, September 20, 2015

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