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Are students crossing the line, or just toeing it?

Flip-flops, fashion rage and bane of school principals, kick up controversy

By Joyce Pellino Crane
Globe Correspondent / April 19, 2007

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Principal Peter Cohen never expected such a flap over flip-flops. It started last month when Cohen suggested that the middle school students at Stony Brook School in Westford wear something other than open-toed sandals in the classrooms. (Full article: 1000 words)

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