Wash. State Recognizes "Honor" of Eagle Feathers at Graduation Ceremonies


Wash. State Recognizes "Honor" of Eagle Feathers at Graduation Ceremonies


The Washington State Office of Public Instruction and its Superintendent Randy Dorn recently issued a letter to state schools regarding "tribal students wearing items of cultural significance such as eagle feathers during graduation ceremonies." The State concludes that a student wearing an eagle feather "should not be viewed as a violation of the graduation ceremony dress codes."

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