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An education question that isn't my homework.

Life is what you make it.

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Oh interesting Q. I suppose it depends on the tattoo.

I think Nazi, gang and prison tats are out as well as those Indian ink self tattoos some branded themselves with when they were young and impulsive.

And who's to say teachers don't have tattoos, they might just not be visible 

No man has a  right to fix the boundary to the march of a Nation...

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Why not... As long as they are not offensive. As such the professional culture dictates that tattoos should be covered up. But I think that is slowly changing. 

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Why not? If we’re going to ban tattoos, then what about piercings, unusual haircuts, beards, alternative clothing styles, too much make-up, protruding beer guts, etc?

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It probably depends on the tattoo.  It might not be the best to have racist, sexist, violent and profane tattoos if you want to be a teacher.

I mean you have to think about the message if a guy has a swastica in the center of his face.  A skull and bones with "n#%%ers and jews,  kill them all" on his arm,  a nd down the other a naked woman and something about "f&ck ing stock".  

But that gets us into the tattoo police and what is ok.  Most places do it on license plates though.

by (1,412,110 points)
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As long as the tattoo is in good taste, I dont see why not.  So as not to distract attention from the learning, it should be almost hidden though..

The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.       -Socrates

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