Many students of public schools believe that school uniforms should not be introduced because it is restraining people’s freedom of expression and does not create diversity. One example of how uniforms restrict learners is that “without the outlet o expression in their clothes, students may turn to inappropriate hair styles, jewelry, or makeup”. So by restricting students of their clothing choices, they will still find a way to show their personalities in their hair, jewelry, and hairstyles. Soon school will start regulating those as well. The school controls everything that is offered to a child.
A second supported example as to why uniforms are awful proposals is because uniforms may not be comfortable for all students to wear. They couldn’t wear the uniforms outside the school either. The uniforms could be distracting to students because if you’re trying to learn and you’re not comfortable you won’t learn very well. The cost of the uniforms is also a issue because some families in today’s economy are trying to save money.
Although a uniform can get boring with the same cloths and same colors every day, uniforms have proven to lower hostility in many schools. The first example clarifies how “uniforms have reduced tardiness, skipped classes, suspensions, and discipline referrals”. As confirmed by the Public School Review, in the Long Beach school district within one year of launching uniforms, fights and muggings had seriously dwindled by fifty percent.
The second example demonstrates how another school has followed the footsteps of Long Beach school district. This is clearly proves how uniforms have not only decreased violence in one school, but another as well. If more schools follow their lead, results will definitely show within a year.
A third example how uniforms reduce violence is that if an outsider were to enter a school, the intruder would be spotted immediately, as teachers and police would arrive to dispose of the...
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