I’ve been seeing a lot of pictures with teachers with jeans on at work which is crazy to me! The men have to wear shirts and ties at my school and women are supposed to wear business professional (although mostly we get away with business casual, but definitely no jeans). So, what do men & women wear at your school?
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- renateharris answered: I work in a NPS…as long as it is black & white, we can wear what we want, even shorts for our really hot days. We are lucky.
- teacher-learner answered: usually khakis, dress shirt, polo shirt, casual wear on Fridays
- groomonadiet answered: The majority of the teachers where I teach wear shirt and ties and then friday is casual day. So we wear jeans and tshirts or polos.
- unbreakable-spirit answered: My attire consists of neat black/grey/pinstripped pants with blouses, cardigans, coats and jumpers. I sometimes wear tights and neat skirts
- geraldobispo answered: Os professores se vestem de maneira comum.
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- theworldaseyseeit said: Kakis and polos mostly for me. Jeans on friday’s if we were present all week and pay two dollars toward rewards for PBIS
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- thecalmwasdeceptive answered: My school is extremely casual (flipflops, bermuda shorts, etc.), but I wear dresses about 90% of the time. Jeans are allowed on Friday.
- grimgroaningghost answered: Business Casual except paydays and paid dress-down days ($1 goes to school funds, and we get to wear jeans!).
- wincherella said: We only wear jeans on Fridays and we have to donate to charity in order to do that. The test if the time it’s business casual for both men and women, although my teaching partner wears a shirt and tie most days. For me it’s dress pants, boots and nice top
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