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Students at the Nordic International School wearing the dress code.
Students at the Nordic International School wearing the dress code.
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School denied permission to bring in uniforms
Published måndag 4 december kl 11.24
Published måndag 4 december kl 11.24
Students at the Nordic International School wearing the dress code.
Students at the Nordic International School wearing the dress code.

The Swedish Schools Inspectorate has said no to student uniforms at a private school in Norrköping.

The privately run, publicly funded school argued that it was voluntary for the pupils to attend and that the dress code was well-received by students and parents.

But the inspectorate now says the policy infringes upon a student's individual freedom of expression and has called on the school to stop requiring a dress code.

School CEO Christine Karmfalk tells Radio Sweden she thinks the rules against uniforms should be changed.

 

 

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