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    School Uniforms Nowadays, the debate about wearing school uniforms continued to bring a lot of controversies among parents and educators. But to begin with, school uniforms are defined as an outfit- a set of standardized clothes. Traditionally, school uniforms were common in private school and the usage of it in the USA is slowly finding his way into public school as well. In recent years, however, an increasing number of public school districts have implemented a school uniform policy…

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    into a school for the first time everyone there has first impression on someone by what they look like or talk like. In a family would you want to spend $249 on a uniform. In some schools there are strict dress codes and uniforms that cost way to much money and single out groups of people and even make problems for bullying from kids at other schools. I believe, that schools want children to be safe have freedom of speech & not get judged by others. These are some reasons why school uniforms…

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    School Uniforms: Are they Necessary? Some may cringe at the thought of school uniforms, meaning that they will be matching all of their peers, friends or enemies, at school. Some may enjoy the thought of school uniforms, meaning that they don’t have to worry about brand name, or off- brand name clothing defining them. School uniforms for boys normally consist of white or light colored shirt and tie, dark pants or khaki pants, and a jacket in the winter months, School uniforms for girls normally…

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    wearing a school uniform. Many students disapprove of school uniforms, but some think they’re amazing and diminish all school problems, what do you think? School uniforms are a set of clothes that are the same that every student wears everyday. Dress codes are a policy where students can wear anything they want as long as its appropriate. School uniforms are a problem because many people say it violates student rights and individuality, but “studies” have shown that it improves school problems.…

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    Smarter students, friendlier school environments, students who go to school eager to learn and much more is the issue concerning school uniforms. Many aspects go into the decision to enforce dress code at a school. More schools with uniforms could take this generation to greater heights. Although most of the research is inconclusive, school uniforms affect student learning. Enforced uniforms allow school employees to focus on what the students wear. Mason stated, "too many conversations with…

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    School Uniforms Have you ever heard the phrase “I would kill for those shoes”? In the mid 90s’ down in Long Beach, California students were actually taking that phrase a little too literally, they were actually killing one another for their high end clothes. The growing issue caught attention of the current U.S. President at the time Bill Clinton stated, "It's tragic when young people without a balanced upbringing, without grounded values, without a secure education, wind up believing that it's…

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    situation, you are at school and suddenly there is an earthquake tornado or some other natural disaster. Sadly most of the students are killed, later the parents are called in to help identify some of the remains. How are these parents going to figure out if this corpse is their child? Hmmm… maybe by what they saw their child walk out of the house in that morning, so uniforms actually could cause a problem instead of help fix them.      School uniforms are also quite…

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    combinations. But who wants to do that? Why not wear uniforms instead? uniforms should be worn in all schools because it prevents many things. In fact they’re pleasant to wear according to your school, and saves your time in the morning for outfits. Wearing uniforms leads to less gangs in school, there would be no bullying, and it also saves your parents money. In schools there would be a total less amount of bullying, when everyone in the schools have the same outfit which means no can bully…

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    School Uniform Colonialism

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    School uniforms are not universally utilized throughout the world. In fact, across the globe people of color are significantly more likely to attend a school that mandates uniforms. Given this, one might postulate that communities of color value school uniforms and therefore, utilize them more often. This paper will suggest that this is not the case and demonstrate the role that colonialism and systemic oppression play in the widespread use of uniforms on students of color. This is increasingly…

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    In the 16th century, In England, the first school uniform appears. It was meant to give schools a sense of identity and conformity. Today, some men and women think that they are made to create an equal environment in schools. In my opinion, wearing the same clothes as everybody doesn't make me their equal. I actually thinks that some people are not include in this idea of equality. First of all, in our world, some students, teachers, appear to be overweight. Usually, if this person feels…

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