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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