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    Wearing School Uniforms

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    This letter addresses the issue of how learning environment can be improved in Norfolk High School. There are some factors that make education distracting and one factor is different clothing among students. Wearing school uniforms help to address the issue of learning among students. The reason is that school uniforms promote professionalism that helps to ensure learning in a safe environment, students are encouraged to express themselves in creative ways, and more time is put into actual…

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    Uniforms In Schools

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    Almost all kids go to school. Schools all over the world should be an enjoyable place. Uniforms do not make students happy, and they harm their learning. There are endless downfalls by having them. A school without uniforms will be more successful. Schools should not have uniforms because students cannot express their personality, they cannot dress for the weather, and students cannot express the sports or bands they like. Every person who attends school should have the right express who they…

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    Yes, freedom of expression is a right that should be upheld, but in schools a uniform dress code should be enforced due to the cost efficiency for the student’s families as well as the sense of community that having a uniform brings to a school. Many students who must follow their schools uniform dress…

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    For many schools around the United States, there is a recurring dilemma of student expression of individuality and school dress codes. So the question superintendents must ask themselves is, should schools implement uniforms for students? Schools should implement uniforms because uniforms promote a sense of safety and security, they create a sense of unity and belonging, and uniforms will help students focus on learning instead of name brands. A primary argument in favor of school uniforms…

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    Schools are supposed to give students the freedom to pick classes, choose what to eat at lunch, and other choices. Why should it be different with clothes? Some schools have dress code and might even have school uniforms. Students should have the choice to wear what they want. Most schools are like that. This one should stay the same. The school should not have a uniform policy because school uniforms can make students do worse in school, increase bullying, and can encourage them to do some bad…

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    A lot of schools enforce them however, what’s the whole point of school uniforms anyway? Most students detest school uniforms because for the most part, it restricts their freedom of expression, but what about the size and structure? Some students are too tall, small, big, and or short for the regulated uniforms to fit them properly so they have to pay for custom made uniforms. A punishment is issued in some schools if students do not wear the regulated school uniforms, which results in a lot of…

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    School uniforms have been used for years in public schools and private schools across the globe. In 1987 Cherry Hill Elementary in Baltimore were the first to enforce a dress code. After that many schools followed suit. About 17% of all schools in the United States require students to wear a uniform. While 54% enforce a dress code that’s strict. The question is though, are school uniforms good or bad? Here are some of the downsides of school uniforms. A lot of public schools that have these…

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    an ideal stick today, and what millions of students are singing out against in the School Uniforms topic. The opposings say school uniforms cure violence and gang prone violence, prevents in-school bullying, and equalizes students, however there has been little evidence that they provide those or any benefits at all. I on the other hand strongly believe school uniforms may increase violent attacks, increase school bullying, and provide more segregation and inequality…

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    Essay On School Uniforms

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    School uniforms were, is, and will remain in public and private schools worldwide. However, the debate has been ongoing for teachers, school officials, and parents whether uniforms should be a requirement for all institutes. Some schools require a dress code while others eliminate cascading failures that come with dress codes and stand by uniformity. Uniforms are easier to enforce than dress codes because students can misuse less distinguished programs. Namely, clothing that displays vulgar,…

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    would make to my school’s dress code is I would enforce uniforms. It is important to make this change because it can save parents money, no bullying over appearance, and will save students time in the morning. One reason why it is important to start enforcing uniforms is it can save parents money. No more bullying over appearance is another reason why it is important to enforce uniforms. A third reason why it is important to enforce uniforms is it will save students time in the morning. Many…

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