School Uniforms Should Be Implemented Into The Nation

2230 Words Mar 22nd, 2016 9 Pages
School uniforms are increasingly popular across the nation. In fact, it becomes a huge controversial argument of communities rejecting these mandated school uniforms in their schools. However, school uniforms are not a negative thing; in fact, it could be positive in many ways by: eliminating cliques, saving money for parents, and taking away the bullying from students less fortunate. Meanwhile, on the other side of the argument, people believe that school uniforms will violate students’ freedom of expression, create a financial burden on families, and uniforms will not alleviate problems. However, with a solution that would benefit both parties, the public school systems in Oklahoma City district would benefit greatly if this policy were adopted in all the schools; since, the district only has 74 public schools in uniforms, while 17 schools are not. First of all, these school uniforms should be implemented into the rest of these 17 schools, because it would diminish economic and social barriers between students. For instance, people come from different social classes such as: Upper, Middle and Lower class. Many lower-class families often cannot afford to purchase non-essential items for their children; especially for school, many struggle just to purchase the necessity items such as: food, housing, transportation etc. According to the Oklahoma City Board of Education, if families are not able to afford school uniforms, these ways can help them get uniforms cheap; or at no…
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