The Clayton County, Georgia, school system mandated uniforms for all high school students this year, but many of the students don't want to wear the khaki pants and polo shirts the policy calls for. More than 1,500 students showed up one Friday out of uniform, as part of an organized protest of the rules. They now face suspension and detention, and school officials say all of them will be punished.
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