Charter school parents can’t have it both ways

When Charter Day School in North Carolina required girls to wear skirts, it was sued by three parents who argued that the rule violated the equal-rights of girls (“Court Says Skirt Requirement for Girls at North Carolina School Is Unconstitutional,” The Wall Street Journal, June 16). But if these parents objected to the rule, they shouldn’t have enrolled their daughters in the school in the first place.

If that same rule existed in a traditional public school, I could understand the need for a lawsuit because no one forces parents to enroll their children in such schools.

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