December 7th, 2010
04:47 PM ET

No Saggy Pants Policy

The "No Saggy Pants Policy":
Memphis, Tennessee:  A middle school principal decides he's seen enough saggy pants, so he gives teachers zip ties that they can use as belts to hold students' pants up.  There's even a photo board that acts kinda like a wall of shame, showing pictures of the students with their pants hiked high.

Does the policy work?  Well, one teacher says that when all this started, he was giving zip ties to 80 students per week; now, that number is down to 18.  But I'd love to hear your impressions of this and whether you think it'd work at your school.

Carl Azuz, Anchor

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