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School Mascots

An Oregon appeals court upheld a State Board of Education rule that creates a general ban on Native American mascots in schools but allows school districts to enter into an agreement with federally recognized tribes in the state to use a mascot that represents that tribe.

SALEM, Ore. – An Oregon appeals court upheld a state Board of Education rule that creates a general ban on Native American mascots in schools but allows school districts to enter into an agreement with federally recognized tribes in the state to use a mascot that represents that tribe.

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