School uniforms, school uniforms have been debated among the states with tons of studies that say they help with school issues and other studies that contradict school uniforms have no significant change. In order to save money schools shouldn’t be adding more costs to school, school should be cheaper, its fundamental to all kids to learn and not for the parents to be spending more money on school uniforms especially with families on a tight budget. The issue of school uniforms has been around 1969 ever since the US Supreme Court issued a law that kids could protest if it wasn’t disruptive. Bill Clinton also supported this because he didn’t want to see kids fight over expensive clothing.
If schools don’t have uniforms then it pressures students to get all the cool and expensive brands because all their other friends are wearing the brands. With the school uniforms all of the students are of equal footing because everyone is wearing the same thing. Some people might get bullied or made fun of at schools without uniforms, but since everyone is wearing the same thing with uniforms they can’t be making fun of what you are wearing because that is also what they are wearing. When wearing uniforms the students don’t have any stress of what to wear because it is the same thing every, but without uniforms it is definitely not the same. In the website EBSCOHost: School Uniforms: An Overview it says.
The limitations for school uniforms are more strict then ever now just because they type of clothing that young kids or young adults are wearing today. School uniforms limits students freedom of expressing themselves. All over the world students are required to wear a uniforms just to make the school look good or have a appropriate professional look. Not enough students has a chance to have a self image
First off, schools don’t earn that much money, they have to spend it on bills, new supplies for students, and problems that occur with the chromebooks, bathrooms, heaters, air conditioning, etc. Schools need to budget according to their priorities. If they spend the money on athletics, there is less for the school 's needs. According to Tyler Carter, “Right now with the block grants I just don’t see that being proper funding for schools,” said Janet Cathcart. The school is wasting so much
School boards must understand that, “... school uniforms may well be a financial burden to poorer families, who will be forced to buy uniforms in addition to regular clothing… (Source B)” As some find it hard to have enough regular clothing to get them through the school year, it would be unfair to require them to buy a whole new set of clothing in order to attend public school. It would not only negatively affect the families, but also, “Another cost factor… is the increased burden on administrators, staff, and faculty to enforce policies. (Source D)” With a stricter dress code, comes stricter enforcement, for there is no point to a dress code if it is not executed.
Students might feel frustrated if they are required to wear uniforms every day because they do not get to dress up or glam up themselves to school. Sometimes they might think school is boring because everyone looks the same every day, every year. Students think they should have the freedom to express themselves because school is their biggest social area and they should be able to bring up themselves the way they want because they all are different and
If you wear school uniforms then you do not wear your own clothes and if you do not wear school uniforms to school. School uniforms should not be used in schools because if you wear school uniform It has been claimed that, it cost less to just have 1 or 2 uniforms then all your own clothes. Joel Donofrio, a principal of Woodland Middle School, wrote for Cdapress, Joel quoted,¨Parents can reduce their financial burden when their children are limited to wearing one simple outfit every day.¨ However, it cost to much money when school uniforms are worn to school. Kyler Sumter, a Chicago Junior High student, writer for Edweek, Kyler quoted ¨The cost of school uniforms is leaving hundreds of thousands of children at risk of bullying and embarrassment because they are sent to school in ill-fitting clothes or sent home for not having the correct kit, a children’s charity has warned.¨ This example shows, some uniforms cost too much money so kids end
School Suspensions Are a Waste of Time Would you take school suspensions away if it would benedict the school? Many school have always used school suspensions as their way of chastisement, simply because it is the easiest way. School suspensions became popular around the 1960s and 70s because many more fights were occurring due to desegregation. Although school suspensions are widely used throughout most schools, it is time we found a more effective way of discipline. School suspensions are not working because students may not understand what they did wrong, suspensions feel more like time off than a punishment, and students are more likely to act out again after being suspended.
Imagine getting a call from your daughter during the school day, her saying, “Hey, mom/dad, I need you to come get me, they said my outfit is too distracting.” Leaving home or work to pick her up or bring her new clothes because others can not focus. What was your daughter wearing, leggings, she was wearing leggings. Dress codes are too controlling, it is sexist toward women and unfair on students. Public school dress codes are made to restrict certain clothing that students are allowed to wear, this can be good and bad, but people take it way overboard.
Dropping out of school is one of the reasons that lead to child labor. This Wonder may be totally spread in the Egyptian nation over side particularly to boys, basically due to the growth of the educational instruments and tools such as: school clothes, books, private tuition. So, poor people are forced on getting their children out school because they cannot afford the cash. This mix abandons children with not a guaranteeing future through academia o strong practical skills. Ragab
The pro side of the debate feels that charter schools are necessary to public education. They believe charter schools should be encouraged as an alternative to traditional public education simply because education is not a “one size fits all” (Genma Holmes). Not all children will excel in the same environment due to the mere fact that students all have different needs as individuals. However, what they do not recognize is that it comes at the cost of implementing more economic and racial segregation, widening the gap in student achievement.
Many issues, such as poverty, unemployment, domestic violence and other variations of it, high crime rates, drug abuse, and pollution, could be eliminated if our education system was to be enhanced. Unfortunately, the system has failed to maintain relevant and engaging, that it has become disorganized and counterproductive. I’m sure most people can agree that schoolwork consists of a lot of filler tasks and has failed to inform the significance and opportunities that the lesson contains. The school has become heavily infatuated with testing and test scores beyond any reasonable measure; shouldn’t schools be about on actual education and not testing? There also seems to be a lack of essential Home Economic classes, classes that should teach students how to be a responsible adults by teaching them how to sew, their basic human rights, not only how to use a condom but what to do when they want a child (how to parent), how to care of their own health and others’, politics, financial advice, and basic first aid.