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    Uniforms Or No Uniforms?

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    Uniforms or No Uniforms? Aurene Carey Lisa Clark English 122 One of the students’ issues they face in this society, is school uniforms and what they should and should not wear. Do you think that they should be allowed to wear street clothes or wear the school uniforms that the school provides? There some various point of views that are presented, plus there is a definition of what a school uniform is just in case some people don’t know. A school uniform is basically a shirt (school choice) which

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    Uniforms are something that schools should not even consider in their schools. Schools should avoid uniforms, and instead let the students decide for themselves what they want to wear. Uniforms make students look more like they are stuck in a prison with their matching outfits than an education center. Although some people find it necessary to have uniforms, they are needed because they are boring, static, expensive, a hassle to order, do not fit everyone’s body type, deter students from coming to

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    Have you ever wondered why the schools have dress code and not uniforms? In the current society, all you notice in the schools is a dress code. School that I attend has numerous problems dealing with the dress code for the reason that particular students decided not to acknowledge it. A couple of teachers have to take precious teaching time to send the students to the office for dressing inappropriately. Although they have various problems with the policy, schools remain to enforce the dress code

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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

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    required to wear uniforms? In today’s society this is a very controversial subject across America. Many object uniforms because they feel uniforms don 't allow students to have the freedom to express themselves the way they want. People feel uniforms undermine children 's individuality. However, taking into consideration facts from both sides, what remains most important is the child 's academics. To improve academics, schools should require all students to wear a uniform. Though uniforms may not be the

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    Growing up in parochial schools, uniforms were a part of my daily life. I wore uniforms for twelve consecutive years, and I feel very strongly that they impacted my education for the better. I had many friends attending public schools, and though they got to wear the latest fashion trends and look cute going to school, I felt that they were at a disadvantage not having uniforms. Uniforms should be implemented in primary and secondary schools because they enhance self-esteem, produce a conducive learning

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    School Uniforms

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    mandatory school uniforms is a raging topic in our country. Proponents of school uniforms conclude that there are many potential benefits to mandatory school uniforms, while opponents heartily challenge their claims. Potential benefits include: socioeconomic equalization, reduction in student violence and theft, restriction of gang activity, and improved focus in classrooms. Although these benefits would vastly improve our public education system, there is no clear evidence that school uniforms improve any

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    wear uniforms? In California, many schools are trying to decide what is best for their schools. In Adelanto, there could be reasons for schools to consider uniforms. At Columbia Middle School, this could be a controversial topic. Students should consider the pros and cons to wearing uniforms before forming an opinion. There are some pros to wearing uniforms that other people may not see. One pro is that families save money. There are some special programs to help families buy the uniforms. These

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    Are School Uniforms?

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    School Uniforms are a very controversial topic. Uniforms could be a good thing or a negative one some people prefer schools with uniforms and some people prefer schools without uniforms. Many people think uniforms take away the children's right of expression but in my opinion there is always another way of expressing yourself. Uniforms make the schools look so much more puttogeter and many people encourage the thought that uniforms help decrease bullying and benefit the schools in many other ways

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    School Uniforms

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    School uniforms make things more complicated Firstly, school is the place where all of us step in at a very tender age. In one word, life begins at school. It’s not just education but school gives us the platform to nurture our faith, emotions in such an early stage of life. The importance of making friends, working as a team- we learn all these in school. And wearing the same dress definitely brings a sense of unity among students. In every school there are students from different backgrounds but

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