Apart from being more respectful, this approach is also more effective over the long run and better preparation for life in a democratic society , than issuing a decree 'Wear this'. The poll also found that 58% of parents wanted a mandatory uniform policy instated. Equality is the word that is coming to mind, right? If we convince ourselves that placing limits on clothing choices will eliminate school bullying, we are kidding ourselves. Parents want their kids to be well mannered and behaved; a 1994 study proves that students wearing uniform at school are well perceived by teachers. Uniforms create a feeling of oneness and belonging. This compensation may impact how and where products appear on this site including, for example, the order in which they appear.
A sense of loyalty emerges from inside, as does an extra effort to perform at the student's best. It is not fair that kids are being forced to get there individuality taken away from them. School uniforms are too bland. Will uniforms really help kids? Denying children and teenagers the opportunity to make those choices may make them ill-prepared for the adult world. In the best interest for students, I strongly believe that our children in Middle school should wear uniforms.
At that time I had little or no knowledge of what she is actually trying to say. As on athletic teams, uniforms are worn for immediate identification and to inspire a feeling of 'oneness. Also, if there is a poor family that can't pay for the uniform the child will be bullied. No kid should be forced to wear a uniform because it takes away there individuality. Students in uniform feel united and connected. Imagine your son or daughter coming back from school crying because they are in fashion and everyone is teasing them for wearing unfashionable clothes. Not only that, as students wear uniform the entire weekdays, they might be able to appreciate their weekend clothes more.
That will promote a sense of teamwork between students because they will all look the same, and that will make an equality between students. Income levels may influence School districts that serve economically disadvantaged students account for the highest percentage of uniform wearers. A study found that there were no positive effects on tenth grade exams, the results of the study were actually negative procon. So long as this parade of choices does not interrupt the school day, schools should be interested in nurturing, rather than standardizing, student expression. At a time when schools are encouraging an appreciation of diversity, enforcing standardized dress sends a contradictory message. And this could be catastrophic for anyone with a less-than-perfect image of themselves. So you see now why uniforms are the best course of action? I think uniforms can be nice too.
It means lower costs for parents during back-to-school shopping. When students have to wear the same outfits, rather than being allowed to select clothes that suit their body types, they can suffer embarrassment at school. Some uniforms show too much skin and nobody can express themselves with uniforms. Gangs often have their own uniforms. Most kids choose how they wear their clothing but if a school uniform was issued, everyone would only change into that one uniform for school. They cause students to feel too mature for their age. In 1994, Long Beach United School District in California began requiring uniforms with the hopes of improving safety.
Giving kids uniforms only means that there won't be anymore sagging, or as much skin, and it certainly doesn't mean that everyone will have to be identical. Conclusion Bill Clinton is one of the most prominent and strongest proponents of school uniforms at public schools. For years, there have been hundreds of debates about whether students should wear uniforms or not. Schools with a minority student population of 50% or more are four times as likely to require uniforms than schools with a minority population of 20-49%, and 24 times more likely than schools with minority populations of 5%-19%. Uniforms, you can get teased by it getting dirty or by the way you were it you can be a bully target with uniforms. .
Uniforms do not silence voices. Schools that have dress codes in place rather than uniform policies often struggle with gray areas: How short is too short? Instead, they might resort to unconventional piercings and tattoos. Reasonable efforts are made to maintain accurate information. As media savvy individuals they are suspicious of attempts by some schools to use uniform as part of their corporate identity and brand. Such students can be saved if they are given a feeler that they are a part of a community; they are important and are just as normal as any other student.
Uniforms are usually cheaper than other clothing and not having to decide what to wear saves time. This school unity can be increased with activities such as logo design contests and votes on any uniform changes. I believe kids should wear school uniforms because people gain a sense of comradery when they look the same. What are the advantages and disadvantages more important in your opinion? That is exactly what school uniform tends to achieve. Moreover, intruders can be easily sighted.