Some female students at Oklahoma's Noble High School say they were humiliated by how Superintendent Ronda Bass recently enforced the dress code. They say she first asked a student gathering if they'd seen any "skanks" at school. Later, she made several girls stand up so she could personally inspect their clothes and asked some of them to bend over to see if their dresses and skirts were too short.
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