Say two people look alike, wearing the same uniform. So in conclusion I do not think students should have to wear school uniforms, but I digress we all disagree on something right?High school is typically a time when kids begin to distinguish themselves from one another.
Walk into a school without uniforms and you can instantly tell anyone’s personality by what they wear, so they express their emotions through their clothing. Read on Additionally, it’s unfair to assume that students can’t make friends with people who are dressed differently than they are.
Anyone can sneak into YOUR school wearing a uniform pretending they are a student, and possibly be selling illegal items. Students are already capable of crossing boundaries without required identical clothing, and schools can encourage this with leadership activities and group discussions.
Although uniforms are less expensive than most pieces at stores, these families usually get second-hand pieces and the yearly investment in these clothing sets will impose a great burden on their budget.
If school and governments find a way to give uniforms for free, the greatest disadvantage of this issue will be solved.
These statistics offered by Long Beach are often most cited as a proven deterrent to school violence, after adopting a mandatory uniform policy in 1994. Violence is not learned by clothing, but rather through unfit home situations, negative friendships, and even popular culture (including emulation of television, media, music, and movies).
According to Richard Van Der Laan, school crime has dropped over seventy-five percent, while attendance has reached an all-time high. Is it the uniforms, or the induction of them that is solving the problem?? A simple change in dress will not abolish these problems, but merely hide them for a time.
Everyone has the right to express themselves freely and by the way they look. Think about it, you go into a school that has uniforms you see everyone wearing the same stuff who is who? They say this is a free country, when they do this and make students wear uniforms, this curtails their freedoms. Students will also inevitably talk about their families, vacations, and hobbies.
What kind of personality could they have, maybe one like being a brick in the wall. The school board is giving off one simple message by doing this... Finally, students will be wearing normal clothing at social events outside of school, which can establish social hierarchies based on clothing, if these hierarchies exist.
When both sides of the issue are taken into consideration, I come to the conclusion that uniforms can increase the discipline in the school and teach children to value themselves for what they are, not for what they look like.
The first and most important advantage of introducing uniforms in the school is the fact that students will have what to wear and they will avoid the ever-lasting morning dilemma.