Wearing uniforms will help free students of the stress of what to wear in the morning. No offensive logos, offensive texts, etc. By wearing the school uniform, it reduces the victimization since all students appear the same. This can have a negative impact on their education and their grades can fall. It is the primary responsibility of our schools to protect and keep safe their students. Chances are that when working in organizations as adults, students will be expected to work in formal clothes. If school does not require uniforms, it will take more time for students to decide what to wear for the next day.
Creativity is from your mind, your imagination, it's not based on what you wear! It can be quite expensive to dress our children. It also helps with a dress code because students are wearing more provocative clothing giving the school a bad name and wearing uniforms will help the students appreciate discipline and look more professional. Uniform dress codes do help our administrators address this basic responsibility. I add my own flare to my uniform by wearing a colorful, long sleeve shirt, or wearing my bright, yellow rain boots. Wearing uniforms will allow the teachers to form a better perception of a student based on how they act not by how they dressed. Uniforms should only be required if the principal wants them to be.
By making uniforms mandatory fo a students, everyone will look the same. The following sections present the pros and cons for wearing uniforms to school. School uniforms also help students to realize that they are a part of a group, so they feel liked they belong and learn to take responsibility for whatever they do. Critics believe that forcing kids to wear uniforms to school limits their personal expression. There is lack of 'uniformity', as far as this issue is concerned, among educators worldwide. What if someone can't afford to buy them for whatever reason. Students, especially teenagers, already have a lot to rebel against, and mandatory uniform protocol gives them one more.
However, many parents have complained about the cost of uniforms, which can be significant. Conclusion Certainly, school uniforms are not for everyone; however, the argument seems to favor the pros more, providing many advantages than disadvantages to the uniform school policy. But that total is for September, only. By not making students wear uniforms, we can prevent kids from not having to find other ways to be different that could potentially cause more harm than good. By giving them freedom to dress up, schools are actually giving them responsibility to choose appropriate dresses.
Today, School Uniform programs can be found in communities all over the country. Therefore, how can we know about every single person's life and reasons and whether their a person who wears 'inappropriate' shirts and other stuff on their shirt, as every person is different. A 2004 book makes the case that uniforms do not improve school safety or academic discipline. When all students are wearing the same outfit, they are less concerned about how they look and how they fit in with their peers. I believe it blocks the students ablity to be different and unique. This could also inspire them to take good care of them and appreciate their freedom and individuality outside of the school system. As far as the debate on the need of school uniforms is concerned, proponents and opponents have extreme views.
Let us take a look at the arguments on both sides of the coin. University of Missouri assistant professor, David Brunsma reached a different conclusion. Importance of School Uniform Pros Here, we will look at specific factors that can be considered significant in students wearing uniforms. Proponents: School uniforms are available across a range of prices so that every pupil can afford it. Generally, dress codes are much less restrictive than uniform policies. The fabric of most of the uniforms are very bad making them very uncomfortable. Having to wear the same clothes as other people is bad.
Not all students are privileged and come from wealthy families. No slits in the garments above the knees. It's time to eliminate from schools the status and respect many students give to clothing labels and price tags. Boys have almost as many choices: dress shirts, turtlenecks, polo or button-down shirts, pants or knee-length shorts. When students are able to pick and choose what they wear to school, there is too much room for discrimination and judgement between peers. During the first half of 1997 Dade County, Florida; Waterbury, Connecticut; and many others have established a School Uniform Policy.
She was unable to connect uniforms with academic improvement because of such complicating factors as changing instructional methods and curriculum. All it does is make school a dull and lifeless place that no one wants to be in. List of Cons of Wearing School Uniforms 1. Teachers in schools would like students to wear uniforms in schools because it makes them look decent and ready to learn. We should not rely on school uniforms to swipe the problems under the rug, this does the students no good. And those with means can now redress the exaggerated importance of outward appearance. He also conducted his own analysis of two enormous databases, the 1988 National Educational Longitudinal Study and the 1998 Early Childhood Longitudinal Study.
Across the United States there is an increasing amount of support in favor of School Uniforms. A part time job is not the issue here. All shoes must have closed heels and toes. I do not believe schools should have school uniforms. Everyone can be on the same team. A study by researchers at the University of Houston found that the average absence rate for girls in middle and high school decreased by 7% after the introduction of uniforms. The ultimate socializer to crush rebellion is conformity in appearance.