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  • Team Sports : A Popular Form Of Exercise As Well As An Entertainment Venue For Spectators

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    celebration. The practice of sports teams dressing in uniforms that were used from a previous time period is a display of nostalgia that has been commonly referred to as retro, old school, and throwback. Turn Back the Clock days have been huge successes in professional sports as fans are treated to teams dressed in uniforms of times past that represent victorious eras from the team’s history. The popularity of the event spurred regular use of the retro uniforms that are worn on special occasions and milestone

  • Graduation Speech : Benefits Of School Uniforms

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    School Uniforms School uniforms are a hotly debated topic among parents of school-age children. Some schools and school districts require them, some don’t. There are also school districts in which students in certain grades are told to wear uniforms whereas other students are not. Regardless, parents are in an uproar over the issue, and there are several key reasons. First of all, many parents speak on the cost factor involved in requiring school uniforms. Depending upon the uniforms chosen

  • Essay on A Call for Uniforms at PenArgyl High School

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    January 11, 2013, “Uniforms will reduce bullying, teasing and disruption while also being a cheaper alternative for poor parents who struggle every year to afford new school clothes for their children”(Esack). Much like the Allentown Area School District, incorporating uniforms needs to be a priority for Pen Argyl High School. Not only will students have better attendance once uniforms are required, but one can also expect school achievement to increase. The enacting of a uniform rule by the Pen Argyl

  • School Uniforms And Its Effect On The Youth Of All Ages

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    Uniforms in Public Schools Fashion has always made a huge impact on the youth of all ages. Every student fights to be deemed the coolest in school by wearing the most popular styles. All this focus on who looks the best, takes away from what really matters; learning. School uniforms should be a requirement in public schools because it reduces peer pressure and discrimination, decreases gang activity, leaves more time for students to be focused on learning, and enhances self-esteem. When students

  • School Uniform Policy And School Uniforms

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    started school in 2007, he was not required to wear any type of uniform for almost two academic years. As soon as he started first grade, he noticed a big change; a new dress code which makes him wear the same color of outfit as his classmates, a uniform. Many schools in the world use uniform in schools. Brunsma a sociologist at the Virginia university stated in his book that: “The idea of requiring public school students to wear uniforms was first envisioned in the 1980s by then-Washington, D.C., mayor

  • Dress Codes And The School System

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    Several altercations have occurred in today’s decade with dress codes in schools. Girls are being called out of the classroom in the middle of a lesson and even slut shammed by teachers and administration. Dress codes have gone from a way to keep children safe from gang-related violence and bullying from peers, to sexist comments and unfair punishments. Even though dress codes provide structure in schools, dress codes can provoke sexism and cause low self-esteem. Fashion changes every decade along

  • Why School Uniforms Should Be Mandatory

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    stressful task. Mandatory school uniforms can benefit each family member in numinous ways. Lifting financial burdens for parents and the constant peer comparison for children. It also allows students of differing backgrounds to be brought together to express themselves equally. One clearly can see that school uniforms should become mandatory in all public educational systems K-12. With this change, improving the overall experience for everyone involved. School uniforms would lift the burden of the

  • Should School Uniforms Be Mandatory?

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    filled with anxiety over looking my best, and I am sure many other people (girls especially) felt this from middle school through high school. The solution is uniforms! In schools where uniforms are not mandatory, the stress of “keeping up with the Jones” can create a lot of differences and struggles for students. Having mandatory uniforms in schools would create a safer and more welcoming environment for students, limit their stress, and lets them focus more on schoolwork than what they are wearing

  • School Clothes Essay

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    Frankly, the whole exchange of dialogue is exhausting and I have given in more times than I'd like to. I'm sure that the lack of a Parenting Manual is not the reason for school uniform codes, but in my household uniforms certainly would make mornings easier. School uniforms have a multitude of rewards and benefits for both the parent and child and should be implemented in all elementary schools. The rewards and benefits far outweigh any negative connotations that opposing

  • Essay on Arguments for School Dress Codes

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    Ensuing President Bill Clinton's State of the Union address in January of 1996, more and more public schools are implementing dress codes and uniform policies in their schools. As a result, there has been an increase in legal controversies dealing with the issue. The reason that dress codes are not conclusively enforced is due to the application of the First Amendment to juveniles in the public school setting. The First Amendment states that Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment