Should schools restrict what students wear?
Matt Cierce: "No. I think it is a form of personal expression that should be the prerogative of each student."
Roberta Williamson: "That's a tricky one. Yes. I like the idea of no slogans on clothing. I think it distracts from the learning atmosphere, but I understand that everyone has their First Amendment rights."
Ellen Kovacs: "No. I think kids should be allowed to express themselves freely. To restrict that would be to discourage them from being individuals."