Around the same time every year, parents take their children to stores to find all of their new back to school outfits. Each child wants the most expensive designer brand. Parents always want to make their child happy, so they do what they can to get what they want. After spending so much money on outfits and accessories, the child is still not satisfied because they are getting treated wrongly in school. No matter how hard they try to be cool or popular, there is always someone out in the world that makes someone else feel bad. These people are typically called bullies. It is true that children think they have to have the best designer clothing to fit in or feel comfortable at school. Children lose sight on what really matters in school and it is harder for teachers to teach when no one is focused. It is also hard for the student to learn when they have too many distractions going on at school. However, if there were uniforms in public schools, these situations would be no more. …show more content…
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