French town votes to introduce school uniforms

Inhabitants of Provins, east of Paris, have voted in favour of introducing school uniforms in the town's primary schools, which France's education minister approved of saying it might be a way of lessening inequalities between pupils as perceived in clothing brands.

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Parents in a town near Paris have voted in favour of school uniforms for their pre-teen children - a rare development in French state education, reports BBC News.