First, they protested the product, so he didn't spike it up. Then they told his mom that mohawks weren't allowed, even though they're not mentioned in the dress code. Now some charter school in Cleveland sent some six-year-old home after he high-and-tightened his apparently "disruptive" haircut over the weekend.
The mom says the cut "is something he really likes," though I'm sure he doesn't like it as much as she does. Maybe if she brings her folder of clippings from People magazine to the appeal hearing, the board will come around. That, or just use the longer guard on the razor and fauxhawk it. He's six, what does he know? Sheesh.