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Two students with dreadlock have been denied from gaining admission After GES Intervention

Two students with dreadlock have been denied from gaining admission After GES  Intervention

According to interviews, the school authorities said it is against the school rules for a student with a deadlock to be accepted into the school.

The school. authorities have deprived two intelligent students who gain admission into the school of the computerized placement system due to their cultural beliefs of having a deadlock.

After the GES intervention of telling school authorities to allow the 2 students with dreadlocks to attend the school. The School authorities brought a condition stating that if the two students would be accepted into the school they must comply with their condition.

The first condition was that the student must cut off their dreadlocks to be allowed admission.

However, the father of one of the students disagrees with the condition the authorities gave. Therefore he will take the school to court for rejecting his son as well as to seek justice.

In conclusion, would the court favor the Rastafarian or the school authority?

Written by Daniella Quiste

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