I for one do not believe that students should be required to wear uniforms. This introduction is aimed to help you have an idea of this hotly debated topic. When all students have to wear the same thing, none of them can brag about wearing the latest, most expensive fashions. For them to wear an uniform to go to school it is very offensive. Proponents: School uniforms are available across a range of prices so that every pupil can afford it.
These are highly emotional subjects for girls. That is exactly what school uniform tends to achieve. However, uniforms are not all-encompassing. They need to know how to express themselfs. Having to wear the same clothes as other people is bad. Imagine your son or daughter coming back from school crying because they are in fashion and everyone is teasing them for wearing unfashionable clothes. Uniforms eliminate this pressure and allow the attention of students to be directed to learning and growing.
I think that they stop most bullying. Wearing school uniforms encourages discipline in school. Consumers — sadly, the low-income ones — suffer a lot because of these commercial interests. Moving the emphasis away from academics and toward demanding conformity may negatively impact academic and student behavior. There is no self-expression at all.
People feel uniforms undermine children 's individuality. They become self-centered and later in life can fall for issues like, mental illness and even suicide. Uniforms create a feeling of oneness and belonging. We should express how we are by what we like to wear and how we feel about certain things. Instead of using uniforms to promote equality, students should be taught the values of mutual respect and discipline, which will stay with them for their lifetime.
Third of all, kids don't need to wear whatever they want to be different and individual or to express themselves. All kids similarly dressed up makes it easier to identify intrusion on campus. A student who dresses provocatively will draw negative attention to themselves. Students who do not want to wear uniforms will give many While wearing uniforms, students have to obey and follow the rules, so they will learn how to respect others. Pro-uniforms say these clothes help prepare the children for their future occupations. Confidence is a huge part of life especially for teens.
Creativity is from your mind, your imagination, it's not based on what you wear! Apart from being boring, uniforms are highly uncomfortable as well. 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. Or that could be just me. Some of our readers might not agree with this but then, its democracy! They want to be someone, and find out who they really are. You have a dress code for a reason. School uniforms have positive benefits.
Most of the students need to wear whatever they want to school to show other people. Cost and Comfort Concerns Some may assume that school uniforms lessen a family's clothing expense. Group violence and theft are dissipated. Others think the reasons are more complicated than that. They like to look smart - which is one of the huge benefits of a uniform - and that also means that they don't have to rise to stereotypical images and behaviours and therefore can be themselves.
Also, all clothing has to be appropriate and safe for school, and cannot cause a distraction. In a freer learning environment, students begin with a sense of self-worth — rather than as identical captives without options. Assaults in grades K P - 8 decreased by 85%. While some kids and parents believe students should be free to dress the way they want as an expression of free speech, most schools still have a say in how students dress. Mandated uniforms can serve to shift the emphasis from competition back to academic performance and personal achievement. The current generation of kids in school are more worried about whether what they are wearing to school is cool or not.
If we want students to grow into critical thinkers and ethical people, then we have to aim higher than mere conformity. Uniforms are also known to raise the level of acceptance amongst peers. Good portion of this valuable time can be saved if we have a strict uniform policy at school. Of the varied benefits of school uniforms, wearing one, it is said, leads the way and transcends all the socio-economic barriers that are put into action when it comes to expressing yourself with clothes. There are people who think that school uniforms should not be required to wear in school. We want to encourage our children to be expressive and to think outside the box.