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  • Wear School Uniforms

    School uniforms here in the United States were first introduced in the late 1900s and soon after that became an issue on whether or not students should have to wear school uniforms. According to the article “Background of the Issue” on procon.org, school uniforms first started in the 1980’s due to an argument over a pair of designer sunglasses, which resulted in a school shooting where a student was wounded. During the fall of 1988, there were 39 elementary schools and 2 middle schools that mandated students wear school uniforms, soon other states would start doing the same. In the article there is a quote where in 1996 Bill Clinton endorses school uniforms. The article states, “If it means that teenagers will stop killing each other over…

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  • Are School Uniforms Necessary

    Are school uniforms necessary? Researchers have shown that they are necessary because they build discipline on students. Other investigators have announced that uniforms help students focus more in school and get less distracted as well. Although this may be true, specific examiners report that uniforms don’t certainly build better conduct in students. A fifteen year old student named Chloe Spencer claims in an article called, “What’s the point of school uniform?”, that wearing a uniform…

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  • Open School Uniforms

    students are being viewed at school. They should be viewed as equals and with the use of uniforms, students will be able to have that chance of being equal. Uniforms are better than having an open school dress code because they can help students to get ready faster in the mornings, they can help students to stay focused on their education, and they can also lessen the competition between students and their clothing. To begin, school uniforms make getting ready for school easier. “It’s so much…

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  • Benefits Of School Uniforms

    When I was little I always wanted to wear a school uniform because it makes the school unified. Wearing a school uniform helps me feel like we are part of a family. In our diverse society, everyone has different fashion sense. Some are just a tad too distracting. With uniforms we can get rid of those distractions. It also improves school academics, reduces bullying and it’s convenient for parents and students. Over the past few years the amount of students that are required to wear a school…

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  • Mandatory School Uniforms

    `“Uniforms allow children the right to distinguish themselves by the deeds they’ve done, not the duds they wear”` (Boutelle). Schools across the United States consider installing a Mandatory school uniform policy in hopes to positively affect their school. On the contrary, not all the effects of a school uniform policy will be positive. Making School Uniforms mandatory will have mixed effects on a student’s academic experience. Perceived Benefits of school uniforms will be compared to actual…

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  • School Uniform Benefits

    Benefits of School Uniforms. The requirement of school uniforms has always been a topic of controversy. While many are in favor of the school uniform policies, other people stand firmly against their adoption. Many obstacles make it difficult for public schools to adopt uniform policies, knowing that parents have a lot to say about it, and that public schools have been sued before over the “constitutionality” of their uniforms. However, one should not be discouraged by the amount of efforts…

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  • The Importance Of Mandatory School Uniforms

    2016, all schools in Canada will have mandatory school uniforms. How do you think the people of Canada would react if that were true? Many people in the country would be outraged and plan protests. They would argue that the government is taking away their right to express themselves, and they would claim the government is being sexist. Conversely, others would contend that the new rule would save them a tremendous amount of money in the long run, prepare students for their futures in the…

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  • School Uniform Research Paper

    School Uniforms The battle still rages over the certainty of whether a student is fully obliged to wear their school uniforms or whether each should be allowed to dress as one desire. The protagonists over this ideology argue that school uniforms help in improving the student’s performance through the reinforcement of their esteem and pride towards their school. A question put forth to counter this is why do we still have cases of dismal performances in the same schools? If the school aims at…

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  • The Importance Of Uniforms In High School

    Uniforms Keeping It Classy Many controversial issues about the educational system have been brought up over the years, school uniforms being one of them. Uniforms provide equality in the classroom which lower the chances of bullying, saves money on clothing, and helps reinforce dress code in a more mannerly way. Bullying has been around since the dawn of ages. As society has grown, whether it be technologically or just as whole, so has bullying. According to an anti-bullying survey, “About…

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  • School Uniforms: Good Or Bad?

    School uniforms have been a controversial topic since they have begun to be implemented in schools. Some people believe they have no significant benefits and that they are a waste of time, but there is evidence to show that they help more than they hurt. “…86% of schools surveyed in 2013 believed their use of uniforms made a significant, positive impact… (Principal Leadership). School uniforms are beneficial to schools because they increase safety, are cheaper, easier to enforce, and limit…

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