Definition Of Ethical Leadership : School Uniform Code And Should All Schools Implement Students Dress Code

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Ethical Leadership
There are many debates that have been brewing for decades surrounding contemporary educational ethical topics in schools. This paper will touch on dress code and should all schools implement students wearing school uniform. A dress code reduces stress, forms unification, and boost morale. Wearing a uniform creates unity. According to an article in the DailyMail, students “Having a uniform helps to reduce bullying in school, makes children better behaved outside the school gates and even aids concentration in class, researchers said.” (1) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-467353/School-uniform-improves-pupils-behaviour-school.html#ixzz4HWwYf6M9 Uniform sends a helpful message to the student that we can look the same and still be different, and it helps reduce bullying. A group of teens that participated in and Oxford Brooks University study said “dress codes acted as a social leveler and reduced the risk of children being picked on for wearing "weird" clothes.” (2) http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-467353/School-uniform-improves-pupils-behaviour-school.html#ixzz4HWy63NQ9
The dress codes conversation is not a new article; schools have always had dress codes. Some rules were made for safety measures, others simply to regulate indecent attire. There are people who will disagree and say it two sides to uniform in schools. The main argument is imposing school uniform creates other problems. Such as: provocative or casual attire, body…

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