Dress Code In Schools

Over the past few years, have implemented a dress code in many schools across the country (Kizis, 2000). Today 's schools are facing great problems, such as diminishing test marks, drugs and law-breaking (Anonymous, 1998). Advocates say the increase in training and improving the academic success of students. However, Challengers, the students violated “the legitimate right of self-expression and schools doing isn’t solving.” The students need to wear a uniform in the public school with various kinds of benefits (Kizis, 2000). School uniform is a common sense, everyone recognizes that the most effective manner to expand learning. The children are dressed everyone can grow in the equatorial atmosphere. As a result, students can concentrate on …show more content…
Examples of such outfits , they slow or abusive language , including graphics , or alcohol , tobacco or other drug advertising , it discusses that these clothes are affecting a disturbance .For examples, at school in Boston, dress codes began to reduce the student fashion competition. Moreover, at least in schools, youth and parents of unnecessary money suggested a policy to conserve an extraordinary dress. Uniform code associated with clothing related to gangs on the uniform dress code is that it can help suppress school violence (Mancini 1997). If what colors and styles are distinguished from each other by one of the gang, it is prohibited outfit that can inhibit the gang activity on school grounds and reasoning. And the result was: Long Beach, California managers, for example, because the uniforms were required to report school crime has been reduced 76 percent (Kizis 2000). There was a competition through shoes and clothing. However, students now wearing the uniform of light blue shirt, navy pants, and plain black or white sneakers, instead they can concentrate on their studies without worrying about their attire. Also to improving the student 's behavior and obvious benefit of limiting the gang identification, Khrista, Kahl who is former middle school teacher in Long Beach, says, uniforms should provide another opportunity to see the potential of all students to teachers. Instead of limiting the personality of the students, the students would be noticeably helping the teachers by the dress code (Mancini

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