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.
My first rebuttal to the first argument that people against school uniforms (which the argument would be “it takes away freedom of expression “) is again, kids can still accessorize with certain things when they must wear uniforms. The Administrators at schools aren’t requiring uniforms to take away kid’s freedom of expression they are there because kids feel more comfortable knowing that they are all wearing the exact same thing so that there will be less bullying or that the more school spirit that the kids bring to school each day that they come to school. There are so many ways that kids can express
(scholastic action 1). School uniforms have been utilized more often by schools in the past to ensure student comfort, and education. However, less and less schools have been incorporating this technique due to parent bias’s and one sided claims. However, school uniforms are actually beneficial to parents and students. Thus, uniforms should be enforced more in schools because they prevent bullying, will allow children to strengthen a life skill, and provide children with a quiet, focused working space.
Stephie Grob Plante, a writer and essayist, stated to Racked.com, “One-fifth of American student wear school uniforms…” Many children are required to have school uniforms but many more do not. Instead they have rules that state what they are and what they are not aloud to wear to school on a daily basis. Schools should require students to wear school uniforms because they provide extra safety, they help students concentrate on academics, and they save time.
Uniforms help students to prepare for when they leave school and may have to dress smartly or wear a uniform in their future jobs, they gain responsibility to dress smartly, and dress appropriately. It brings so many benefits for so many reasons. Parents don't even have to spend so much money in clothing for their students. If students wear non school uniforms to school, their clothing gets dirty, and over used, when students go out after school, they won't have clean clothes to go out with. With uniforms in hand, after school clothes won't be wasted, school uniforms will be only used in school.
”Some kids spend hours just to decide of what they are going to wear that day and it might be very stressful for them just to choose what to wear.” In schools with uniforms there is not that kind of pressure. Those are some of the reasons why I think that uniforms cause less stress in what students have to wear to school because they won’t have to worry about getting the best brands or decide of what to wear to school that
Another reason people should go to public schools, because of their cost. It is free for a child to attend a public school, but lack of funding always comes from fundraisers, donations, and events. Some events
In the article, “Should Students Have to Wear School Uniforms?” it depicts how school uniforms prevent students from “concealing weapons under baggy clothing,” make it “easier to keep track of students on field trips,” and “make intruders on campus more visible." The advantages for a school to enforce a dress code are clear and ultimately keep students safe even within the building, where a crime can be less expected to occur. Moreover, within the article it illustrates how in Long Beach, California, after two years of a mandatory uniform policy, reports of “assault and battery in the district's schools decreased by 34%, assault with a deadly weapon dropped by 50%, fighting incidents went down by 51%, sex offenses were cut by 74%, possession of weapons decreased by 52%, possession of drugs went down by 69%, and vandalism was lowered by 18%,” (Should Students Have to Wear School Uniforms?). These statics define exactly how effective dress codes are, and how the school environment has become safer for students to continue with their daily
Having different Big Brother Big Sister groups for children in difficult environments or with children in the military was something I learned while researching this topic. A huge positive is that after being in the program, most children get along better with their families, and they even have more confidence in the school work. Overall, 89% of youth involved in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program are able to avoid risky behavior after being given a mentor to encourage them ( Grossman, J. B., & Tierney, J. P.,
Dear Wicomico County Board of Education, Schools should be a safe place for all students and staff. However, the increasing number of active shooters are threatening and changing school security all over the United States, including Wicomico County. As this is an ongoing problem, we need to create stronger school safeguards to prevent our schools from a terrible disaster. Throughout an academic day, hundreds of students travel through the school hallways to get to their classes, not knowing if a classmate next to them is armed or not.
Bracy (2010) found that having SROs present in schools is not necessarily a good thing. The SROs and school administrators that were took part in the study followed the law and did not ignore the rights of their students, but they were able to work their way around the law at times when it came questioning the students and performing searches on them (Bracy,
Grapevine is provided with the necessities for students to succeed, such as, laptops, textbooks, classrooms, and acceptable restrooms. There may be some issues such as, rats, fights, and broken facilities, but that does not even come close to what the students at Fremont High School deal with. Grapevine High is looked as the “ghetto” high school in their metropolis, but the school district treats them well. By next year, every Grapevine High School student will have his or her own personal laptop provided by the school district. The students have a good amount of freedom.
This article also reveals that not only are male students joining, female students are becoming members as well. Everyone knows that gang life follows you no matter where you go, so by these kids still being in school, they bring the trouble around other students and if affects and jeopardizes their safety. I feel as though private schools have little to no crime because over half of the students in these communities cannot afford the yearly tuition. Older gang members are recruiting these kids because for some reason they look up to them and they know they will do whatever is asked of them.
“Part of education is to help students be prepared for jobs, all year schooling allows students to be more prepared for professional work day hours. In the real world, employees do not get 3 months off. “ —Doctor Hawk Because we agree with the statement by Doctor Janelle Hawk, my partners and I affirm the resolution: Year round schooling benefits students, their families, and the community. We offer the following three reasons to support our side. Overcrowding, frequent breaks, and benefits to low income families.
Due to the recent finding of police brutality, most cases involved a white male police officer using force against a person of color. History will lead us to believe that race of an officer will be the number one contributing factor in the use of excessive force. As I stated above, in recent cases it has been a white male using force against a person of color. However, studying some research studies, it has shown that the no matter what the race is of the officer, it has no causal effect on the use of excessive force. What I mean by this is not all cases dealing with excessive force involves race.