Freedom Friday, Full Uniforms In Schools: Changes To The School

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CHANGES TO THE SCHOOL In any school there are many problems that the students see and believe need to be fixed. One of those major problems that every school deals with is dress code. What should be allowed? What should be banned? It’s really quite complicated when you think about it. There are several possible ways to solve this problem, but three main ideas that were considered in my group were as follows: Freedom Friday, Full Uniforms, and Multiple Uniforms. Each option was equally alluring as they all had their pros and cons, but we decided to pick, out of the three we came up with, Freedom Friday. Freedom Friday was chosen because it gave the students the most amount of freedom while still allowing the school to take command and keep …show more content…
We needed to look at what the students would want, what the teachers would deem appropriate, what it would be ok to limit, and what would be going too far on limiting the students free will and expression of self. Keeping all this in mind, three ideas were thought up to choose from. All of them have their own pros and cons, all of them revolving around the use of a school uniform. The three choices that were the most promising were Freedom Friday, Full Uniforms, and Multiple Uniforms. Freedom Friday, where students are required to wear their school provided uniforms for each school day of the week excluding Friday, where they are given a choice on what they want to wear, as long as it’s appropriately inside the school presented restrictions. This choice seemed the most promising as it gives the school loved uniform, while also providing a day for the students to wear whatever they want as long as it’s school appropriate. The small bad side to this choice was that the students would only be given one day to express themselves during the school week. The second solution that was considered is Full Uniforms, where the students are required to wear school provided uniforms on each and every school day, following the restrictions presented that dictate how exactly they are to wear the uniforms. This choice, though often favored …show more content…
It would give the school four days out of the five day school week to have the students in school provided uniforms, giving the fifth and final day, Friday, to the students to wear what they please and express themselves to their hearts content. Rules and restrictions pertaining to this choice are in attached file “Freedom Friday”, please refer to attachment for the

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