The School Uniform Movement And What It Tells Us About American Education

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Brunsma, D. L. (2007). The school uniform movement and what it tells us about american education. Retrieved November 15, 2015, from http://digitalcommons.lmu.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1593&context=ce In Brunsma’s article he mentions the uniform policies in catholic schools. The article is a brief overview of the book, The School Uniform Movement and What It Tells Us About American Education. He mentions how school uniforms can have a negative outcome on the kids. Even though they may control some of the bullying they mess with the way some kids feel about themselves. I will use Brunsma’s review of the book, The School Uniform Movement and What It Tells Us About American Education in my paper for a source to argue why school uniforms should not be mandatory. Without having to read the book Brunsma gave a good overview of the book. I can use some of the points he made in my essay to help with my argument.
Gentile, E., & Imberman, S. A. (n.d.). Dressed for success? The effect of school uniforms on student achievement and behavior. Retrieved November 9, 2015, from https://www.utdallas.edu/research/tsp-erc/pdf/seminar_paper_imberman.pdf This article shows many different ways that having school uniforms can be effective in public schools and how they are not affective. Gentile and Imberman have many of topics in this article that needs to be covered when it comes to talking about school uniforms. It tells how having school uniforms can decrease the chances of bullying…

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