Essay On Why Should Students Wear Uniforms

  • No no stop this

    Come on we like being coforble right well I do it is more money to get uniforms. I go to school at copper trails I have to wear uniforms but I don't like that we would get suspended if we don't wear a uniform we can spend 2$ on Fridays we get free dress but that's alot of money for my mom and dad so we do it on every mouth so that is my story

  • No, everyone has the right to freedom of expression.

    Kids shouldn't have to wear uniforms. All it does is make school a dull and lifeless place that no one wants to be in. Students should be able to express their feelings and emotions by wearing regular clothes. I'm a kid myself, and actually, I couldn't care less about them.

  • Students should not wear uniforms.

    The wording of this opinion goes in favor of pro as its 'should" and should varies from every invididual student. 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. And how do we know whether uniforms have 'positive' effects. (From anonymous on yes side.) Can you bring up fact's, cold hard evidence that uniforms will stop kids from picking on the nerd who has pimples on this face and wears glasses? Actually, having uniforms might make bullies even more creative in finding reasons to pick on certain individuals. And bullying-apparently bullying is caused by the color of your shirt! Gasp!! So because your wearing brown I'm going to bully you and make you depressed!! If you really believe that then please go back to school, as bullying may have changed since you were in school. Bullying is done because of what someone looks like, says, does, or just because their new. I am yet to see a bully picking on a kid for what their wearing. Sterotypes have NOTHING to do with shirts. The only people who really care about what other people are wearing are people who are going to become a goody-two shoes and end up in a ditch for being too nosey in the future. History shows that stereotypes were and are made because of gender, race, physical appearance, and mental capacity, as slavery was never caused because a lot of people wore lolcats on their shirts. No duh. And how does making friends have ANYTHING TO DO WITH SHIRTS?!? Personally, people make friends because they have something in common, and understand and respect one another. People who only make friends with people who wear the same kinds of shirts as them, are spoiled brat kids who never really have friends.

    More reasons, but this is an opinion, so I wont post them all here. If you want to see my other reasons then challenge this topic to a debate, as I will happily accept your challenge.

  • thats bs

    I should be able to express myself however I want to and I want to be an individual and be unique. really Im really suprised that everyone said yes so far and think its the dumbest thing any school has ever tried to do in fact I'm suprised it ever even happened.

  • We Already Make Them Go to School

    Schools function fine without uniforms, so imposing uniforms on students is unnecessary. Students are already required to go to school. We should be nicer to them for that reason, not use it as an excuse to impose rule after rule at whim.
    Uniforms will not help students to become less judgmental. They will get out into the real world and see people dressed in all kinds of ways they have never seen before and they will judge them for it and take haughty superior attitudes towards good people just for how they dress. Exposing kids to different types of clothes is better, and helps students learn to be less judgmental.

  • Uniforms are a Positive Decision

    Uniforms being mandatory in all grade schooling would be a positive change. When students are able to pick and choose what they wear to school, there is too much room for discrimination and judgement between peers. A student who cannot afford to wear fashionable clothes could be ridiculed. A student who dresses provocatively will draw negative attention to themselves. A student who is heavier then other students may stand more without a uniform. Individual styles of clothing and self expression really has no place in schooling. Attention should be on academics and sports, not on how a person dresses.

  • Uniforms are wrong.

    You can't really be you when you wear uniforms. It takes your individuality away. We need freedom- it's America isn't it? We have to stick up for who we are, and how we do that is through our clothes. Whether we are happy, dark, or crazy, we show it, without even having to say it, through clothes.

  • Everyone should have the same right to individuality.

    Kids shouldn't have to wear uniforms. All it does is make school a dull and lifeless place that no one wants to be in. Students should be able to express their feelings and emotions by wearing regular clothes. I'm a kid myself, and actually, I couldn't care less about them.

  • No no no.

    I do not think students should wear school uniforms because kids express themselves by what they wear and the colors they do, because in other words it's freedom of speech. This is a free country. Also some parents may not be able to pay the amount needed for the uniforms.

  • To much money

    They are expensive and imagine you only have one pair/set then you would have to wash the clothes every single day until you have enough money to get a new one and like i said to much money and if u get them dirty and the stain doesn't come off then you cant wash it and you have to buy a new one.

  • Uniforms

    Schools uniforms are becoming a common trend in the current school system. Students, teachers, and parents have varied feelings about the need for students to wear uniforms. While some point to the need for all learners to look alike and for discipline purposes, others contend that the requirement for all learners to wear uniforms takes away students’ freedom of self-expression. This paper argues that despite the reasons identified by opponents, school uniforms are necessary for schools and all stakeholders need to embrace it.

    A common argument raised against the use of school uniforms is that it denies students a chance to fully express themselves. While this is some extent true, self-expression does not only involve clothes. The student can express him or herself through, for instance, doing hair in their style of choice, wearing bracelets, and putting on shoes of their choice and complementing this with the school uniform. Just because the learner is not allowed to dress in the latest, trendy jeans does not imply that they have been denied their rights. Furthermore, students can wear the clothes of their choice outside the school. From this perspective, uniforms give all students a homogenous look, putting them on a level playing ground, thus eliminating the likelihood of discrimination.

    Schools which require that students use uniforms look more formal. The campus generally tends to have a professional look. In addition, school uniforms dissolve the concept of social classes. Allowing students to wear clothes of their choice provides a leeway for students to categorize and possibly label each other based on whether they come from wealthy or poor families. Such discrimination at school could lead to a rise in indiscipline cases, reduction in some students’ self-esteem, and poor performance in school.

    The other concerns about school uniform touch on the teachers’ inability to identify students with violent tendencies and deal with them. Contrary to this allegation, uniforms help to suppress and eliminate violence and gang behavior. If students are allowed to dress in home wear, some will come to school wearing clothes with special identification gang-related colors leading to the formation of cliques. This is a factor that makes it harder for teachers to enforce discipline within the school. In fact, the essence of schooling is to acquire, among other things, education. Fashion should not be emphasized at school.

    Uniforms also inculcate pride in a student, as each student identifies with the others and the school hence each of them feels proud to be associated with their institution. That way, student feel more closely connected to their classmates. A sense of community emerges, and this leads to a reduction in crime and gang affiliated behaviors. In fact, the sense of belonging that emerges from wearing of school uniforms helps to boost the students’ self-confidence. Also, bullying is a major issue in schools. Some students face physical, verbal, and social harassment from their schoolmates. Without school uniforms, it becomes easy for “bullies” to target the students who look different and who are not wearing the “right” clothes.

    In conclusion, school uniforms ensure that all students have a level playing field in terms of social classes and education. Bullying and gang activity would be more prevalent if students were allowed to dress as they wish. Students, parents and teachers have an easy time undertaking their responsibilities in cases where the students have a standard uniform.

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