School Dress Code is Sexist School dress code has gotten out of hand, limiting young girls and boys on what they can wear to school. Telling young women that they are distractions in class because of what they wear. Girls get sent home because of their outfits it makes it seem like the administration is not worried about whether or not they get an education. Many types of clothing d or that have such as leggings, low cut shirts, and shorts have been banned or have restrictions. It is hard to find clothes that meet all these requirements.
They seemed to reflect the schools’ beliefs in if a student does not dress appropriately in a way that demands respect, then the student must not respect him or herself and therefore does not respect others. The girls in the focus groups were not alone when calling out other girls for dressing inappropriately and provocatively, or as they stated, slutty, the boys joined in as well. Both genders pointed out the articles of clothing certain girls would wear that would label them as ‘slutty’. They claimed that these girls only dressed this way in order to get attention, and none of them brought up the possibility of one of these girls dressing a particular way because she simply feels comfortable and confident wearing these clothes. Another negative aspect of dress codes that the students pointed out was how the rules were applied.
Recently, more and more schools all over the country have turned to dress codes. Some people say that dress codes teach professionalism and protect students. However, schools should not have dress codes because dress codes target girls and limit their freedom of expression. They also are hard to enforce and students break them anyways. First, schools should not have dress codes because they target girls and limit freedom of expression.
It can change how people look at you because it might show that you need attention, you can make teachers feel uncomfortable, and you lose self respect and respect from others. After reading this, some girls might think that at the end of the day and it’s their body and they can do what they want OR dress codes are because boys can’t control themselves. No, it’s actually not because boys can’t control themselves. It’s because you can’t control how much cleavage is popping out of your shirt. I had a friend
Emotionally these uniforms take a toll on students as well. Girls are left feeling like a target because boys seem to not get dress coded as much. The rules that students are forced to follow are body shaming their bodies, girls the most. It is almost impossible to go shopping and find the perfect length for a skirt, or pants that aren't distracting, or shirts that aren't too revealing. Every girl is built differently with various proportions: small, medium, and large do not fit everyone the same.
Although the kids were disadvantaged, they all received what would be called a “happy ending”, but this did not happen for the children of Calcutta. Many of the children were placed in boarding school, but were taken out for one reason or another because of their parents. A Small Act had its disappointing moments and Born Into Brothels was even more disheartening, but at this, I became the most frustrated. Zana and her crew had gone through so much strife to get the children into the school, an institution they thirsted to be in, but for no real reason, the parents removed them and stripped them of the most precious thing in the world, education. I tried to justify the parents discouraging their kids from succeeding because maybe they thought the children would never amount to anything, not because the children were not talented, but because of they were offsprings of prostitutes and people of a low caste standing.
In Maycomb, Scout is not the average girl. She is a tomboy, who loves overalls, playing with the boys, and fighting. During this time, women were supposed to act proper and wear dresses and not fight others; it was the unwritten code of women. On page 69, Jem declares that Scout is becoming more of a lady everyday. Although Scout denies it, she starts acting and dressing differently throughout the novel.
Accidents and clothing malfunctions occasionally happen to teachers in real high schools, but the teachers do not flirt with each other in front of students. Teachers are more professional than that around their students. Acting like that is disruptive to class and is frowned upon by the teacher’s
Djimon Bailey 2/13/2018 English ii Honors Mr. Griffin Bad Teacher Essay There’s no doubt that a bad teacher can make school such a frustrating, embarrassing and bad experience, such student won’t learn much. Bad teachers often don’t have organization skills, class management, and professionalism.