School Uniforms Should Be Required In All School Should school uniforms be required? Most school educators students and parents think that having school uniforms will take away the right of freedom of choice. Others believe that if all students are in the same uniform, each individual student will look at the other in the same light, no one will feel inferior. After carefully reviewing both sides of the issue I believe that all students should wear uniforms. Some parents and educators think that letting students wear what they want gives them a sense of worthiness, and students will not feel like they are being restricted. Without uniforms, they say, students will think that they can have an individual way of thinking that will help them excel l in all areas of life, not just in the area of academics. They think students can be what they dream and inspire to be by being individuals not dressing or thinking alike. Parents also think that they are giving the student a sense of responsibility letting students wear what they want to wear. Then there is the issue of money, most families think that if they are spending their own money. The family should be able to spend it on what they want to spend it on, and not what the school is expecting them to spend it on. With this being said there are also people who say why can’t there just be a dress code and no one will have be concerned about what anyone is wearing, because the dress code would be used as a tool and guideline for all students to adhere to. I think there are many reasons students should all wear uniforms. One main reason is that with uniforms students that may have a lower self a steam outside of school can feel that they are just as worthy as the next student in the class room. With this in mind I think student can have the confidence they need to succeed academically. When you have student wearing a pair of 200.00 shoes and another one wearing a pair of shoes that cost a lot less, the person with the cheaper pair of shoes in some cases will get ridiculed or laughed at. When this occurs many students feel inferior. If all students wear uniforms the ramifications for those who can’t afford to buy expensive clothes will not be so severe. I also think having three or four uniforms is a lot less expensive than having a wardrobe full of clothes designated just for school. Another reason for all students to wear uniforms is that with all the gang and click paraphilia going on in schools, having everyone wear the same clothes could
School Dress Code
Every school enforces rules in order to have an organized foundation. Rules are the aspects of keeping the construction under control, but there are limitations to how much you can actually control without having rebellions. Are schools taking advantage of the rules? Should their be a clothing system? These are the notifications that need to be answered. Vallivue high school should not be able to prohibit clothing and revoke the dress code.
The main factor that schools do not…
Vanessa L Gurrola
The Need For School Uniforms in Schools.
Do you even remember when we were little and we did not like school uniforms because we would all look like maybe the so called “geeks”? Well, let me tell you that I never thought of changing my mind about the opinion of opposing to the use of uniforms .Before uniforms to me were a subject that would only make me think that we did not have the freedom of using the latest fashion clothes. For me it was somehow…
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(Attention Getter) : School uniform makes students giving attention for learning. Wearing uniform will stop kids from getting teased about their clothes. Uniform would make all student equal, one level. Uniforms act as social equalizers for students in school. “School uniforms promote a single standard of dress. Therefore, school environments become less competitive and more focused on learning.” http://www.frenchtoast…
attending a public high school in New Hampshire, the issue of school uniforms has become extremely prominent in today’s topics of discussion. Rumors flood the hallways about what is going to happen in the future. Like almost every debated topic, there are two sides: those who are pro uniform and those who are against uniforms. Unfortunately, some people are misled and terribly misinformed as to what uniforms actually do, or even more so, what they don’t do. A school uniform has little to no affect…
of people working on a common agenda or under one roof. The schools and education institutions are no exception to this rule and they therefore have worn the uniforms since the beginning of the modern era after the dark ages of the European history subsided.
Students should be wearing uniform for multiple reasons. They must do so in order to ensure the standard and equality amongst the ranks. The establishment and enactment of uniform will ensure removal of the atmosphere of any unhealthy competition…
Being a high school student in a school where the student body would be influenced by uniforms, I am taking a strong stance on my argument that school uniforms should me mandatory in all schools. School uniforms will enhance the education students are receiving, establish a sense of pride in students for their school, create a comfortable, bully-free, and relaxed learning environment for student and drastically reduce inappropriate clothing choices.
Having school uniforms would allow students to…
Should School Uniforms be in Public Schools?
There has been a debate about children wearing uniforms in public schools. I am
a parent of a child that wears a uniform to school. Picking out her clothes is so simple that
she does it herself. My youngest daughter attends Sheffield Elementary School here in
Lynchburg. She has no problem picking out her favorite jumper, white top, and favorite
pair of shoes to start her day. All in all, there is not any fuss about “what…
School uniforms are becoming increasingly popular in the United States not only in private schools, but in public ones as well. About 20% of public schools required a uniform in 2010 and strict dress codes have jumped from 54% (How May Schools Have Adopted School Uniforms or Standardized Dress) in 2008 to 57% in 2010. (Toppo) Public schools uniforms were not always as common as private with school uniforms, especially Catholic schools. However, since the late 1980s and early 1990s school uniforms…
From the outside looking in, most would consider school uniforms to be an unnecessary
complication. From the perspective of one who has spent the entirety of their schooling lasting
by a dress code, it hazzs become certain that school uniforms greatly benefit the day to day life
of a student. With the origin of the school uniform coming about through an effort belonging to
segregation, the concept has evolved from one of hate into one with very many positive…
School Uniforms (Page 23)
One major problem with uniforms is that they restrict a student or whomever is wearing the uniform, to express their selves. Uniforms are in use for a few reasons: conforming a select group of people, the creation of equality, and a display of a certain level of status or class. While uniforms are exercised as a status of equal rank and certain standards, many don’t always agree on why students and others, should allow and wear uniforms. The main purpose uniforms serve…