An Illinois school district is cracking down on remote learning dress codes, disallowing students from wearing pajamas while attending online classes.

The Springfield Public Schools Board of Education approved the district's new handbook this week, which applies in-person dress codes to remote learning settings, NBC News reported.

"We don't need students in pajamas and all those other things while on their Zoom conference," Director of School Support Jason Wind said during a virtual school board meeting on Monday.

Students will also be required to get out of their beds and attend classes while sitting in a chair at home, upright and attentive to the instructor's lessons. Read more at The Hill