One in five public schools require school uniforms. People say uniforms make school safer for students. Others say it has no positive effect on behavior. School uniforms should be enforced in public schools throughout the world. School uniforms should be required in public schools because uniforms cost less money, cause less peer pressure to fit in, and allow students to stay more focused in school.
In the website EBSCOHost: School Uniforms: An Overview it says.”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
There are many benefits to wearing school uniforms in Canada and the United States that should be incorporated into the school of their state. Many of the students wear uniforms, claiming they feel proud of their school. Wearing the colors of the school makes students feel more connected to their school and classmates. If there is a sense of community and connection among students using foul language, behavior, vandalism and crime gangs like the cut. Wearing uniforms can also help people gain self-confidence, because they know that they are part of something bigger.
The first documented use of School uniforms was in England in 1222. Ever since then uniforms have been growing in popularity. In the United States, a movement toward using uniforms in state schools began when Bill Clinton addressed it in the 1996 State of the Union, Today, 16.5% of public schools in the US require students to wear uniforms, and 54% enforce a strict dress code (Peter Caruso). Although school uniforms take away the ability of self expression, students should be required to wear school uniforms because of the many positive benefits, they entitle Students who struggle focusing or have bad behavior, most likely have poor grades. Luckily, school uniforms enforce discipline in students and can improve academic performance in school.
I think that schools should make everyone wear school uniforms because they are such a big help to schools and students with the dress code and gangs that wearing uniforms creates a better environment for kids to learn in. My first argument why I think that having school uniforms are better for schools is wearing the school uniforms enhances school pride,
Many children, however, loathe them, so are they really that good? School uniforms are bad because they hinder freedom of expression, they are another way to hurt financially struggling families, and do not help end, gang violence or bullying, but simply cover it. Freedom of expression is constantly fought over, but how is it modeled in schools and districts? The first example comes from article A in paragraph 4, where it says that a school uniform, “minimizes students’ First Amendments rights, the freedom of expression”. This is the most important reason why students dislike school uniforms.
In my opinion, this article is a good article for anyone in favor of school uniforms. This article talks about the many benefits of having school uniforms and the important role they have in various school settings. This article goes into detail in describing the scrutiny of designer clothing that teenagers often wear. One person used in the article that is for school uniforms is Bill Clinton. I believe school uniforms are a good idea and no one person should feel bigger or better that their classmate or friend at the same school.
According to a survey conducted in 2013 of US school leaders over 90% believe that uniform eliminate wardrobe battles with students. Furthermore if students are not wearing school uniforms they are more concentrated on their clothes rather than studies. Questions like ‘Am I looking nice’ ‘is the other child’s dress better than mine” will keep coming up rather than doubts and queries on the subject you are learning. When all students are dressed alike students are less concerned about how they look and how they fit in with their peers. Former US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton when she was 2008 presidential candidate said, “Take the clothing choices of the table and put the focus on the school and not on what you’re wearing
` First of all, school uniforms are extremely difficult to enforce. They require many changes and new rules. Students don't enjoy their loss of privilege, which can lead to rebellion against the uniforms or even the school's supervisors. When I was in elementary, my school had uniforms. I was a brand new student, not looking forward to wearing a navy, red, or white polo shirt every day.
Schools can develop programs or activities that include drawing, music, dance, martial arts, theater, sculpture and even crafts. In conclusion, school uniforms benefit students in a number of ways. School uniforms can be cost-efficient, promote equality among students and reduce the distractions that don’t relate to school work. Even Bill Clinton, former President of the United States of America said that uniforms are a “better” choice for students. I strongly believe that school uniforms should not be banned from schools and I encourage other schools who don’t require school uniforms to try as uniforms create a better learning environment for the future leaders of the next