The Pitt County Coalition for Educating Black Children says it is still awaiting word from federal officials on a complaint filed over the Pitt County Schools dress code policy.
The group filed a complaint several months ago saying the way the dress code policy is enforced unfairly targets miniorities.
At a meeting Tuesday night, the group said it is still waiting for the U.S. Department of Education to make a determination on what it will do with the complaint.
A group claiming school uniforms are used to discriminate against minorities in one district in the east, will meet to talk about the status of their compliant, that was sent to the U.S. Department of Education in February.
The Pitt County Coalition For Educating Black Children filed the complaint on behalf of a J.H. Rose HIGH school honor's student.
They say she was unfairly targeted, suspended and denied a right to a free public education.
A meeting to discuss those issues and along with others will take place at C.M Eppes Recreation Center in Greenville at 6:30 Tuesday night.
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