A high school in Florida is facing backlash after they edited 80 female student's yearbook photos without their consent. The reason? To add more clothing.
According to USA Today:
According to Christina Langston, school district spokeswoman, the school's yearbook coordinator, Anne Irwin, who is a teacher, decided that the photos were out of dress code and did some of the editing.
Parents disagree, saying the students were not out of dress code.
The high school's website says that all student pictures in the yearbook "may be digitally adjusted" if they don't conform to the school district's code of conduct.
Bartram Trail High School’s previous procedure was to not include student pictures in the yearbook that they deemed in violation of the student code of conduct, so the digital alterations were a solution to make sure all students were included in the yearbook.
You can see some of the photos below.
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