Essay on Implementing Uniforms in Schools

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Implementing Uniforms in Schools


There are many problems facing schools in this modern age. Some of which are violence,
children worrying about fitting in with a certain crowd, and the educating of the students.
With many students focusing on what to wear to school and not the homework they were
assigned the lack of education is becoming apparent. I believe that school uniforms could
help stop some of these problems.
Peer pressure, financial strain, and fears of not fitting in are just some of the
aspects that play into the overall success a child has in school. In a world that touts
freedom of expression the real freedom to learn may be found in the conformity of school
uniforms. The daily fashion fight starts bright and
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Eliminating having to buy new clothing every
season for growing kids is not only a financial relief, but a huge mental one as well. Not
only do parents worry about their kids fitting in, but also so do the youngsters themselves.
Every child is not as fortunate to have all the latest styles and brand of clothing, and the
less privileged are left to deal with the fact they the don't feel like they belong. By
wearing uniforms, you would not be singled out as the girl who is less fortunate or the
guy that wears all dark colors. You would get to know people for who they were.
Everyone would have an equal chance at making friends. If everyone was wearing the
same thing, it may possibly cut down on stealing because they wouldn't be envious
clothing and accessories. As one can see equality is a major part of the school system. It
can cause many distractions among students. Along with equality comes an easier way to
learn. School uniforms would solve many problems and improve the learning process in
schools nation wide. If the entire school were dressed alike they would feel like a whole,
more like a team, instead of individuals under constant pressure to dress alike. Keith King
of the University of Cincinnati who has published research on the effectiveness of dress
codes says that…