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    The reading states that the school uniforms can reduce the stresses and difficulties of students and provides three reasons of support. However, the professor states that there is not much benfits from the school uniforms and refutes each of the authors' reasons. First, the reading states that the families of students will benefit significantly by saving on the cost of clothing. The professor counters this point by saying that the families of the students will spend more money on clothing. The…

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    Are School Uniforms as Bad as They Seem? Krystal School uniforms are better than wearing regular clothes to school because they are cheaper, you can still express your style, and they give you more pride, unity, and spirit. The first reason school uniforms are great is that it can help promote students to think creatively. Students can jazz up their uniforms by changing the buttons to something that has more of their style on it. A study in 2012 says that…

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    School uniforms have been a blazing debate for centuries. There are many ideas about what a school wardrobe entails. Despite the controversy, school uniforms are beneficial because they promote good attendance and graduation rates, safety for the entirety of the student body, discipline and school pride, and break down social and economic barriers. There is more to consider on this hot topic about why school uniforms are in reality beneficial to a school’s well-being. For example, attendance and…

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    Uniforms I belive that uniforms should stay in all schools because when a uniforms is in the mix it elimainates a way to tell how much money a student has by the clothes they have when wearing a uniform there no way to tell the diffrence from name brands to a regular brand and with that eilmaintes a thing to bully about and less bully is good for everyone. The other reason I belive that uniforms are good for school is because when students where regular clothes they tend to be…

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    to wear uniforms in school. It made our teachers so angry”- Kourtney Kardashian. People try to find alternatives to make school uniforms look better. Not only her, but countless other people hate wearing school uniforms. They take away creativity, can cause bullying and are very costly. In all, school uniforms should not be enforced at Euclid High School. Why would students want to wear uniforms? The first reason school uniforms should not be allowed is that they aren’t creative. School…

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    Twenty-four states in the United States require school uniforms. That is 48 percent, just under half of all the states. Students do not want to be dressed the same. Students should not have school uniforms because it restricts students’ freedom of expression, it may delay the transition into adulthood, and uniforms may be cheap but other clothes still need to be bought. School uniforms restrict students’ freedom of expression. When school uniforms are required, students will not be able to…

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    sense of freedom, but in schools, students are put on restrictions like uniforms and dress codes. It prevents students from being able to make good use of their freedom of expression and show who they are through their fashion choices. In society nowadays, everyone loves to stress the idea of being an individual and how being different from everyone else is a good thing. If that’s true, then why promote conformity by forcing students to wear uniforms? At a time when schools are encouraging an…

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    of the reasons against school uniforms are personal preferences as compared to factual evidence leading you away from school uniforms. The main push against school uniforms is that it doesn’t let children express themselves. If by taking away their right to dress one would be slowly starting to take away the pure joy to wake up in the morning and choose what one wishes to look like that day. Imagine a small child who loves this one shirt, then their school adopts uniforms. One would now have to…

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    should wear, or mandate a type of dress code that aren’t fair? If so, do you think that students will not have the ability to express who they are by wearing certain types of clothes?Do you realize that some parents aren’t able to afford them? School uniforms may be good, but it has bad side effects to it also. Students believe that they don’t have the opportunity to express themselves. “In August of 2007, the district announced: it would relax its dress code for the time being to allow images…

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    mandatory uniforms would cause massive student disobedience and take away valuable instruction time.” Modern school uniforms are traced all the way back to the 16th Century England. The first US schools to have school uniforms was in Maryland and Washington, Dc in 1987.Some people believe that schools should have uniforms because kids will focused on school work in clothes. Schools should not have school uniforms because of cost and risk of bullying. Schools should not have school uniforms. One…

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