Helen Cristin (Henningsgard) Nelson | The Daily Independent at YourValley.net

Helen Cristin (Henningsgard) Nelson | The Daily Independent at YourValley.net

As part of the Medill Media Teens program, Chicago Public School students received training and worked closely with Medill master’s students to report and write an article that covered an issue in their school community. The piece below, produced under the mentorship of Medill master’s students Sarah Stark and Peter Winslow, focuses on student voices in the dress code controversy happening in several CPS schools. The Chicago Tribune reported last month on the inconsistencies and gendered guidelines in school’s individual policies. By Meleena Salgado and Adrian Salazar Medill Media Teens During remote learning, high school teens became accustomed to choosing their clothes based on comfort. So on the first day of school on Aug. 30, students at John Hancock College Prep were surprised to receive this Google Classroom notification reminding …
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