By DIANE JEANTET and ERALDO PERES Associated Press
BRASILIA, BRAZIL - When students at Ceilandia state school No. 7 in Brazil's capital came back from their break in February, they were met by two dozen uniformed police officers in a place they no longer barely recognized.
Guns in their holsters, the officers ordered students to form rows in the schoolyard. The students were given white T-shirts pending the arrival of their new uniforms.
From now on, hair will have to be kept short for boys and tied at the back for girls. No more shorts, caps, brightly colored nail . . .