School Uniforms Should Be Public Schools

968 Words Nov 3rd, 2015 4 Pages
School Uniforms
Parents around the globe have emphasized the controversy over school uniforms. During the school year of 2011-2012, one in every five school required students to wear school uniforms. America 's first documented schools to inaugurate uniforms were in Maryland and Washington. Throughout the previous years in America, there have been numerous disputes whether school uniforms should be in public schools. In the last 30 years, public schools have often been hostilely compared to private schools. This being said some public schools decided to change their dress code policy. Recently, Kids Fashion Expert, Michelle Kouzmine, from About Style decided to probe into the debate on School Uniforms. "Educators believe when students wear uniforms, they feel more professional and behave accordingly," stated Kouzmine in her article on Uniforms. "Therefore, when all students are dressed in regulation uniforms, there is less focus on fashion in the classroom and more focus on learning."
An opposing article was offered by Christopher Cascio from website global post, around the same time. Cascio acknowledges that school uniforms are instigated all across the U.S. and claims they are expensive and stifle student creativity. "School Uniforms fail to reduce behavioral problems or create a sense of equality among students of varying socioeconomic classes" Christopher Cascio tackles the same arguments that Kouzmine addresses in her argument. These next few paragraphs will…
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