The N.E.I.S.D. dress code does allow the decora fashion in many schools and most of the decora shirts / dresses and other clothing is permitted and most of the decora clothing is not too big or small on the parsan wearing it this is important because it can make the clothing too unsafe or inappropriate for the dress code to allow it in school also it is vare unlikely
Another reason why I feel that it wouldn’t have an impact on the NEISD dress code is because poeple want to help others feel like they shouldn’t be scared to show people them true selfs, so putting a ban on the decora will affect most of the people and people will never get their chance to actually show and express
I believe that at first people would think it is weird, and neisd might dress code a little bit of it depending on what it is and if it is a distraction
These schools do not have gangs or violence, so the school uniforms are not really changing much. However, in areas that do have a large number of gangs and violent crimes, such as big city public schools, a dress code is not being adopted. These clothing related crimes are mostly seen in a high crime area, yet nothing is being done to solve these problems.
“School Uniforms” is an article by Gale Cengage Learning that includes opposing viewpoints of school uniforms. First, the article states,” Dress codes generally differ from school uniforms in that they set rules about what cannot be worn but do not specify what must be worn.” A dress code restricts lengths, content, and type. For example, a dress code bans “potentially offensive T-shirts,” short skirts, and “strapless tops.” Whereas, a school uniform restricts brands, colors, styles, and place of purchase. For example, school uniforms may require blue and white polo’s purchased from Land’s End only, khakis, and brown closed toe shoes. Therefore, both dress codes and school uniforms are “restrictive.”
In the past, women would not wear anything else other than dresses, hose, skirts, and high heels. Men, on the other hand, were expected to wear suits and ties to complement their looks. There was no room for pants and jeans for anyone. The dress code for women also applied to the female students except for the shoes. Onwards, the boys wouldn’t be allowed in school with outlandish haircuts, Mohawks or unshaved faces. This trend persisted until the early 1970s when it as replaced with simple dress codes characterized by outfits that make both students and teachers look dressier. In essence, today’s mode of dressing allows educators and students the freedom to wear whatever they deem fit so long as it presents them clearly and simply.
Yes we have a dress code, you have to follow it. One thing I would like to change about the dress code is the policy on hoodies. Hoodies should be allowed because they are comfortable, they help students stay warm in cold classrooms, and they are sewed into mady modern shirts.
In Northeast Ohio, we use clothing to make a statement. There are no rules to follow when it comes to your wardrobe. Sometimes I wish we did have rules, when it comes to the wardrobe in the schools. Some Catholic schools follow a dress code, but
How does dressing and feeling the same as everybody else sound? Would it be enjoyable, or would it be no fun? According to Procon.org, the first recorded use of school uniforms in the United States was in 1994. In Europe around the early sixteenth century, school uniforms were made to tell the difference between poor students to the charity schools as opposed to other children. In London people thought that schools without uniforms were to be looked at as lower class, and a lower education. Today some schools have them. Kids in schools that enforce uniforms do not get the right to express themselves, it can become costly to the family, and most kids do not like them, this is why school uniforms are not beneficial.
Dress codes only force upon you the good habits your parents should have shown you, and if they didn’t, now it is catch up time to enter the real world of school, business, and relationships.
Dress codes 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. Their argument is imposing school uniform creates other problems. Such as: provocative or casual attire, body piercing, outrageous hair colors and styles. I disagree school uniform have no effect on those areas. Children are trendy and the love social media so if colored hair is trending that’s what they will wear. If denim is hot they all what denim. When good teeth or putting diamond on your teeth was trendy all the children want it.
In every culture throughout time, there has always been a dress code of what to wear and what not to wear. Fashion is always changing, and sometimes what might be considered as a “fashion crime” in one era, would later on be picked up again by a younger generation and go from being “fashion crime” to the new dress code for people. However, fashion is a personal opinion and what one person might consider as cool, others might see it as ridiculous, and as a result some people are shunned from social interactions, and can even be looked down upon.
My most recent school has, for the most part, been very relaxed about dress codes. Most of the rules are simply to maintain a piece of decency among the students. The code basically calls for undergarments to remain concealed, provocative skin can’t be shown, shirts must have sleeves, and leg-wear must be longer than your fingertips with your hands at your sides. However, there are some inconsistencies with dress codes that I have noticed and can’t seem to understand.
Do you like wearing sweat pants or leggings? Because of dress code in schools students are restricted from wearing things like sweatpants, leggings and many athletic clothes. Restricting students from choice of dress is taking away students right of freedom of expression.To understand dress code in schools it is important to know the rules, the positives, and the negatives of dress code in schools.