Headmaster faces protocol for removal of deputy's daughter for pink hair

Headmaster faces protocol for removal of deputy's daughter for pink hair
A schoolgirl who was removed from classes because of the color of her hair

The Prosecutor's Office decided that the removal of children is not prescribed either in federal laws or the statutes of the educational institution.

The Prosecutor's Office of the Dzerzhinsky district of Perm has drawn up an administrative protocol on the director of the gymnasium No. 4, who removed the student from the school for a pink hair, according to the website of the regional department.

The Prosecutor's Office decided that the removal of children is not prescribed either in federal laws or the statutes of the educational institution. Also, the management of the school did not establish any requirements for the length and color of the students' hair.

The protocol was made in accordance with part 1 of Article 5.57 of the Code of Administrative Offenses (violation or illegal restriction of the right to education, which resulted in violation or limitation of the right to get the public and free education). The Office also appealed to the deputy head of the Perm administration for all violations found during the inspection.

On September 7, the deputy of the Perm City Council, Nadezhda Agisheva, told that her daughter, a tenth-grader, was suspended from school No. 4 named after Kamensky brothers because of her hair color. Later it became known that another girl was also removed.

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