School dress code isn’t just a list of clothes you can and cannot wear, it’s a violation of your First Amendment rights. Dress code is a set of guidelines in reference to clothing. Most schools use different dress codes, but they are very common throughout the United States. Dress code is said to be used as a way to protect students in schools, but dress code is used for many different things, it can be a good thing, and it can also be a bad thing. To begin, dress code is typically a set of rules that gives a detailed list to what you can and can not wear.
There will be more kids wearing what they want which would be harder in enforcing a dress code. By having school uniforms most people will follow it and less people will disobey it. Lastly, parents also like school uniforms. Some parents don’t like the fact on kids dressing how they want, but school uniforms will make the school a better place and keep the parents happy. Studies show that %86 of parents like school uniforms and the parents say it is lighter on their pockets.
Would you want to modernize the school dress code? Yeah me too! I think itś so stupid to have a dress code because you should be unique and wear and dress yourself the way you want and like. You should wear what you like and don´t wear what you don 't like ,patterns, styles ,colors and designs. Most of the students and staff think dress code should not be allowed.
We all have to recognize our problems and be there for each other, otherwise we’ll end up like Holden. Denying teachers from being able to discuss the book in a class setting, teenagers would miss the point and would think Holden was a foul person and had no
While the novel’s government is a radical totalitarian one, it is showing that students shouldn’t disregard that there are governments that are shown in 1984. Students should learn and understand such extreme government types instead of being blinded that there aren’t government or people that are extreme and have total control. For example, if a child who was sheltered by their parents to the point they were home-schooled, shopped online, and had limited restrictions of internet and outdoor play, how would the child react if they were shoved into society? The child wouldn’t understand the concept that there are evil, horrible, and cruel people in the
How would Decoras impact NEISD dress code?Is this style affect others in a good way or a bad way?I think some people find this style not professional and do not allow this at schools because at school people want students to try and look more proficient and accomplished. People decide what to wear because it’s their preference and they can do whatever they want to make their lives more enjoyable,entertaining for them and bring joyful and content for others who seem to be discompose and unsettle. People say that Decoras it’s a way they can demonstrate themselves,reveal to everyone who they’re really are. There are different styles people want to state themselves,like others have plastic surgery to get the look they desire.
Many people think that dress codes at school are limiting the children 's freedom of expression and others say that they are very necessary and constitutional. What are the benefits of school uniforms or preventing children from wearing what they want to wear on a daily basis. What evidence do the schools have in order to legally ban the students’ freedom of expression? School dress codes should not be enforced on the children in order to maintain an environment open to diversity.
Censorship in History: Non-Beneficial Environment for Students Historical truths are at stake. States and schools are murdering U.S. history by either changing it in textbooks or not teaching it all. They’re making it disappear. Censorship of history textbooks in the U.S hides important details and truths from the students. It also gives students false impressions of U.S. history.
Johnson case, more and more people are taking advantage of the outcome. The results of people's actions are not just burning the flag, they are disrespecting the symbol of unity as a whole. For example, a teacher from Massey Hill Classical High School in North Carolina stepped on the flag during a freedom of speech lesson. “His goal, he said, was to teach them about how the country’s free speech protection have evolved over time” (Hawkins). There are other ways to demonstrate to children how protected their freedom of speech is.
Dress codes are more distracting than the clothes the students wear and if the students get distracted, it’ll be their fault for not paying attention in class because they are supposed to be paying attention to the teacher and not the clothing on others. The dress codes even ban religious clothes! In Kentucky, a 14 year old girl was suspended for wearing a headscarf or a hijab.
While this may impact those kids that are focused on, the other kids are pushed aside on the back burner. The main reason behind this is that teachers are forced to have their students reach a certain level of success by standards set by the nation and their bosses. The number of tests that students have to take removes their ability to be creative and have an opinion. Bronwyn Williams expresses this when she says, “Standardized testing, to be standardized, must create questions that leave no room for interpretation…allow for no independent meaning making from students.” (154).
Public schools should not be allowed to enforce uniforms on the students by reason of having uniforms gives students a message that their identity is not important. In the article "Why School Dress Codes May Be Harmful To Girls," by Claire Felter, gives an explanation about how school uniforms and strict dress codes are shamming students and having the students think that what they wear is not important. It also explains how some students are feeling degraded and/or diminished on the grounds that they think uniforms are a type of discipline. On page 1, Claire Felter states, "but the result is often institutions telling impressionable young people that their identity and the way they choose to present themselves is unimportant, rather than actually
Thesis: Today, would like to present the two main perspectives I came across regarding whether or not dress codes should be enforced in schools and then open the floor for a short discussion. Introduction: There are many ideas, such as murder is bad and helping others is good, that are pretty much universally agreed upon.
In many schools, today, they either have dress codes or uniforms. Do you feel that we should have to wear uniforms or have a dress code? Dress codes are sometimes overrated because it focuses more on what girls can wear than boys. It’s also teaching females that the way they dress is more important than their education. It is unfair to females, it is unfair to the parents, and it is also unfair to the teachers and staff of the school.