Okla. school makes boy wear Michigan shirt inside out
An Oklahoma City public school is feeling the heat after a news report that it forced a 5-year-old who was wearing a University of Michigan T-shirt to turn it inside out for the rest of the school day.
Oklahoma City's KWTV News9 reported Cooper Barton was told on the playground by the Wilson Elementary School principal that only University of Oklahoma or Oklahoma State clothing could be worn at school.
It's district policy. Really.
The boy's mother, Shannon Barton, did not take it well. Now the dress-code policy is being reviewed.
At least he wasn't wearing a Texas Longhorns shirt.