People in school such as teachers have noticed that many kids are unhappy because of dress codes and uniforms. Many kids have changed because of dress codes and because of wearing uniforms. In this, I feel like many kids are being changed by dress codes and uniforms. I think schools shouldn’t have to have a dress code and a uniform because dress codes and uniforms are a bad idea to have in schools. Many people find dress codes and uniforms offensive.
When students are prohibited to wear whichever suits their style and personality, it affects their outlook on themselves. The dress code sends a message to students that they should hide their bodies or personalities, and the students, having no choice but to oblige, feel very sad about it not just because they’re deprived of the right to express themselves, but because of the fact that the dress code policy changes their outlook on their bodies, shattering their self-confidence. In addition, punishing students because they are expressing themselves is “more damaging to a [student’s] self-esteem than anything else” (Clerk, 2014). Since most of the students’ time is spent in school, and school is said to be a student’s second home, schools should allow the students to feel free to wear whatever they feel good and confident in. Moreover, the dress code makes students feel insecure about their bodies.
Making them wear a “shame suit”, which usually is a mismatched outfit with words like “dress code violator”. The student wearing it would have to wear it all day, the goal of this is too embarrass the student so much that the students would not break the rules again. This can cause bullying, and a complaint from parents that make the school look
It is the school 's responsibility to maintain an environment open to diversity and enforcing dress codes does not help with that. If a school’s dress codes are making the students wear a uniform then that makes it harder on the parents because they have to make the expensive purchase of the uniforms. There are few benefits of school dress codes but they do not have the right to enforce what the students wear especially when they force them to buy expensive uniforms to wear in order to help the self esteem of the students. Therefore schools should be more lenient on the dress codes and let them wear what they want to an extent but some shirts can get a little out of hand with what they say on
“You’re not trying hard enough,” she told them. While she never quite said it in words, she let them know that a Black person shouldn’t be number one…” (pp. 42-43). Even the teachers expected less of Carson, and got the other kids into trouble for allowing him to be top of the class. Even though this isn’t direct racism it is still an example of how Carson was put down purely because of his race.
Because of that, many dancers on the team start to get discouraged and can make our athletes feel embarrassed about their sports. That is something that should never happen. The current rules on the subject are that there has to be an equal number of girls and boy sports teams. Another rule states that all coaches should support other coaches and the same rule applies for teams. Foley Schools needs to monitor how coaches and student behave towards the Foley Falconette Dance Team (FFDT).
Children with gay parents are being bullied. Today kids in society are mean, rude, and hateful. Kids do not care about your feelings. Their once was a girl who had two dads because they were gay. She went to school but, was embarrassed to tell people about her dads.
Why Suspending Misbehaving Students Is a Bad Idea Teachers may be surprised to find out that suspending kids from school isn’t working anymore and we need a better solution for punishing the students. This is because many students would rather be home than having to come to school. Many schools in the past have used various different punishments for disobedient students but the main one has been suspending them from school and activities. This way of dealing with the students has worked for many years of teaching because the students back then knew that they were lucky to even be going to school. In this new generation, kids don’t care about school as much and would rather be home anyway.
People think this because of a number of reasons. Most people think uniforms stop bullying. Some people even think having uniforms reduces the amount of time students take to get ready. This can’t be true because uniforms don’t help with anything. Bullies find other things to talk about, and kids still take forever to get ready Uniforms take away students’ focus, rights, responsibilities, and cost way too much; which is why they should be taken out of school dress codes.
When students are in class, sometimes they worry about what they are wearing, and that it “Isn’t cool enough!” Simply because they may not have all the NAMEBRAND things that a lot of other students in their class might have or have on. If I got to wear whatever I wanted to school, along with my peers, I’m sure that we would all be comparing our outfits to one another. Next, without the risk of getting a dress code violation, it will reduce the distractions for the teachers/ faculty and students. Without worrying about what everyone is wearing, there will be less distractions for the teachers and the students, and they will be able to get more work done! Finally, with everyone dressed the same, the students and the teachers/ faculty will be able to get way more work done due to the fact that there won’t be as many distractions in their classes.