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Changing the dress code, face first

Schools ban hoodies, say they hide identity

Randolph High School junior Darielle Grossman (left) and her older sister, Alanah, sorted through a pike of hooded sweatshirts that will soon be banned from school.
By Tracy Jan
Globe Staff / August 18, 2006

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Hooded sweatshirts, hoodies to the teenagers who wear them, are becoming the latest banned item at Boston-area schools because some students use them to hide their identity beneath hoods when they're cutting class or shuttling stolen goods from the building. (Full article: 866 words)

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