Florida High School Edits Yearbook Photos WITHOUT Consent


A northeast Florida high school is dealing with nationwide criticism for its decision to edit the yearbook photos of 80 female students, without their consent. The pictures were edited to add more clothing to the girls, who were allegedly in violation of the student dress code at Bartram Trail High School, outside of Jacksonville. Critics say the move unfairly targeted the girls, many of whom never got in any trouble for their outfits at school. The school is now offering refunds to concerned parents and students.

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