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    similarities between a dress code with no school uniform and a dress code with a school uniform. Both schools with no uniform and schools with a uniform have a set of rules that prohibit certain clothing from being worn. According to the Warren East High School Student Handbook (2016), Students who repeatable break the dress code must have their parents bring them appropriate clothes and they could even spend the rest of the day in Alternate Learning Center. This is a classroom that is for students who repeatedly break school rules. On the other hand, according to the Bowling Green Christian Academy Student Handbook (2016), if a student is not in uniform they office sends a letter home for the parents to sign and they may even give repeat offenders a 30 minute after-school detention for not wearing the school uniform. In a school with no uniform the students are not allowed to wear anything that promotes gangs, drugs, guns, sex, or anything that is considered offensive to others. Schools with uniforms only allow the students to wear their school uniforms and have strict rules in regards to the…

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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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    School Uniforms Enforced

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    School Uniforms Should Not Be Enforced What would you do if you had to wear uniforms to school and not what you wanted? Not having students wear uniforms is important because it’s not good for the students and even maybe the parents. Students shouldn’t wear uniforms because students oppose school uniforms, uniforms causes bullying toward students, and students are being punished for not wanting to wear the uniforms. The first reason students should not wear uniforms is because,…

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    Opposing School Uniforms

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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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    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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    Even though, there are many schools that enforce uniforms, they can cause individuality difficulties with juveniles. Though teenagers may believe high school is the worst time of their lives, it is a time of figuring out who they are and is very important for their future. School uniforms do not allow a student to have individuality, with school uniforms there come a great deal of problems and suffering for students who just want to be themselves. First and foremost, school uniforms take away…

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    When a student walks 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…

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    Mandatory School Uniform

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    school uniforms across the country. School uniforms are a way for the students to show how they are all together as one and show a sense of amity with other students. This is also costs less money for students who don’t have the option of buying clothes that fit the latest trends. The school uniforms show discipline and the schools pride of coming together as one and not singling out students based on their appearance. Also as this requires them to focus more on students’ education rather than…

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    School Uniform Pros

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    School Uniforms To use school uniforms or to not use school uniforms, this matter has been debated over and over for a space of many years. While it has its advantages and disadvantages, people have their own opinions about them. Some may think it keeps the students from being able to express their selves, and it can make them feel uncomfortable even. While others believe it saves money and keeps the children focused on school work and that only. The main motives for school uniforms would be…

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    School Uniform Benefits

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    The 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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