Most of the students need to wear whatever they want to school to show other people. They become self-centered and later in life can fall for issues like, mental illness and even suicide. That dress code is there to protect you. I believe it blocks the students ablity to be different and unique. According to the National Center for Education Statistics, 47% of high-poverty public schools required school uniforms, while only 6% of low-poverty public schools required them.
However, taking into consideration facts from both sides, what remains most important is the child 's academics. They want to use and wear something new, modern and style. A 1994 peer-reviewed study found that students in uniform were perceived by teachers and fellow students as being more academically proficient than students in regular clothes. Aside from the necessity of complying with school rules when uniforms are mandatory, there are several research-proven benefits to requiring students to wear uniforms, including a reduction of student distraction and less pressure on families to purchase clothing for children. School is a place to learn, not a place to dress up. Just because they're not wearing the latest fashion trend, students feel superior to others and make fun of them for it.
Meanwhile, the movement toward uniforms in public schools has spread to about a quarter of all elementary schools. School uniforms can reduce bullying rates in schools. A student who cannot afford to wear fashionable clothes could be ridiculed. It allows to make economies. Uniforms can also foster a sense of equality between students.
The reason is they think they can no longer express themselves. Third of all, kids don't need to wear whatever they want to be different and individual or to express themselves. Without uniforms we can show everyone who we are through our clothes. Toledo girls are allowed a fairly wide range of dress items, however: blouses, polo shirts with collars, turtlenecks, skirts, jumpers, slacks, and knee-length shorts and skirts. Wearing uniforms should be optional to the students and the parents. I also play volleyball at my school. Reasons Why Students Should Not Wear Uniforms The National Center for Education Statistics reports that 23 percent of primary schools in America require students to wear uniforms to school.
Denying children and teenagers the opportunity to make those choices may make them ill-prepared for the adult world. Creativity is from your mind, your imagination, it's not based on what you wear! Generally, dress codes are much less restrictive than uniform policies. Uniform culture at school can help at-risk student to overcome their stress and feeling of loneliness. What students wear reflect who they are at home, and it also reflects who their parents are, and how they raise their child. Luckily, there are at least seven reasons why there should be school uniforms in public schools. 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%. 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.
The skirts have to come to at least the middle of the knee and the lowness of the polo have to be no less than right below the collarbone. In fact, uniforms actually make them worse. Such restrictive policies leave kids feeling disgruntled and resentful, which takes the focus off learning. Well, just refer to point no 10 in case you think uniforms can be boring. There are people who think that school uniforms should not be required to wear in school. Promiscuity can distract other students from paying attention in school and maybe make them get lower grades.
It only takes two months for socioeconomic differences to show up again. Lots children said that they prefer wearing the uniform instead of the street cloths. The study also found that students in uniform were perceived by peers and teachers as having higher academic potential, and perceived by peers as being better behaved. Students are more distracted when they wear street clothes, there is enough evidence to change the policy, the board of education, students, and parents, should see if we can resolve this problem. Some people say you are what you wear. So yes, schools uniforms should at least be considered in high school. 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.
Just think of prisons and gangs. School uniforms have positive benefits. Kids purchasing clothes adds to the growth of the economy. I think it probably gives them a sense of belonging and a feeling of being socially accepted. The question of what students should wear to school rouses strong feelings on both sides. Research into the benefits of school uniform rules has also shown that students tend to feel more professional and serious about school when they wear uniforms. But if students have to constantly wear what they don't want to wear they'll begin to rebel, or become who they don't want to be in life writingmatters.
Those are the best reasons I can come up with. I went to school in Mexico City and I got to wear uniform every day. That was time away from class. Certain uniforms may also be uncomfortable to some children, such as the requirement that girls wear skirts or dresses. Simple rules instead of a uniform could easily be put in place.