It was known as the wild blue blunder.
A Texas school district has decided to reverse a controversial ban on large military logos. The reversal came 12 hours after I told you the story of two girls who were ordered to remove jackets that were emblazoned with large Air Force logos.
Aubrey Independent School District Superintendent Debby Sanders sent me a message just before midnight telling me she had just concluded an indepth review of the school’s dress code.
“We have decided to allow students to wear larger military logos,” Sanders wrote. “Aubrey ISD will be allowing students to wear official U.S. military logos of any size on hoodies until the dress code can be revisited.”
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