“Today, my outfit was a bit more special,” says Alessia, 16, on her Facebook page. “This was deemed indecent by my educator who sent me home. School requires decent and correct dress. The rules of the Saint-André college promote body shaming as well as discrimination. “
Alessia, a teenager from Sambreville, wished to denounce an event that she experienced in her school this Monday morning. “I experienced a real humiliation in front of my comrades”, tells us Alessia. This Tuesday his post was shared 275 times on Facebook.
Since her first high school Alessia has been taking classes at the Saint-André college in Auvelais, according to her statements, the young girl was “excluded for the day” from her school, a fact denied by the management, because she wore according to her educator wearing clothing deemed indecent. “I have never had any problems, I have the impression that since the start of the school year, people do not hesitate to make remarks to me. “
► Alessia explains her day and how she was sent home (Photos).
► Her educator shouted in the hallway in front of everyone: “If you don’t close your shirt you go home”.
► His mother in panic: “I do not understand how the school let out a minor like that”.
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