Carey Burgess was wearing a collared shirt and khaki skirt while walking to a vending machine for a snack at her high school in South Carolina when she was abruptly sent home.

According to a post on Burgess’ Instagram account, a teacher walking behind her told her that her skirt was “too short” and that she should “go to in-school suspension and then go home.” Burgess, the student body president at Beaufort High School, had worn the outfit for her Teacher Cadet lesson later that day.

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