Others think that it is the worst idea ever. Since everyone wants to stand out, be different, and not having to be restricted of what clothes they can wear is why students should not have to wear uniforms. Students not being required to wear uniforms would eliminate students from having body insecurities. Students having to wear uniforms makes everything more of a competition. For example, it becomes less of a best-dressed competition and more of a best-body competition.
What if your school eliminated all the logos, pictures, patterns, and even some colors from your clothing options? This exact thing has happened at around twenty-three percent of public schools in the U.S, and your school could be next. Unless you enjoy being forced to wear the same thing every day, school uniforms are most likely clashing with your ideas of a good education. School uniforms hinder students because they are difficult to enforce, students lose freedom of expression, and they are an unfair expense or even a financial burden for parents. ` First of all, school uniforms are extremely difficult to enforce.
They may seem like they help, but school uniforms aren't what we're looking for. They are both a restriction on student rights and schools don't have the power to enforce clothing on students. Making uniforms mandatory is useless and won't solve the problem.- (Forster and Geier 1.) In agreement with this statement, some may argue with this saying some kids can afford better clothes, and it's distracting, etc. People make money in order to get nice things like that, because someone doesn't like something or can't get something doesn't mean they should take it away for others.
Why do schools have uniforms all they do is make a school look fancy. I’ve been thinking about all the schools that have uniforms most of them are charter schools and yet there is actually more drama in a school with uniforms than without.my thoughts are strict more strict than uniforms I have a cousin that went to a school with uniforms he actually he had a hard time he had to change his clothes right as he got home it bothered him a lot. Schools really shouldn’t need school uniforms. When you see a school with uniforms what do you usually think well I mean as a student, most likely you were like “why, that 's going to be boring I don 't want to have someone else to choose my clothes” or something on the line of that but my point is uniforms are boring. School uniforms make the students feel less unique for example if I had a uniform i would feel uncomfortable because I would be forced to take off my jacket and that 's something that feels weird without a jacket I feel cold constantly and that’s just bad for me i 'll be freezing all day and my teachers wouldn 't let me do anything about it.
As more schools adopt school uniforms, people are questioning if school uniforms are even necessary. I, for one, strongly believe that we should get rid of school uniforms. For one, school uniforms prevent self expression and individuality. If all boys must wear the same thing and all girls must wear the same thing, is there any room left for individuality? Giving students little to no choice about their clothing makes for a mass of children with barely any ability to express themselves.
Do the math.” (Lee 1) Giving guns out to every teacher in america that has gone through training will cost a lot of money. They will have to take funds away from the school to pay for the training, ammunition and the guns themself. also, if the teachers want a quality handgun they know won’t jam when a intruder comes will cost a good amount of money, like around 250 dollars and more. Arming teachers will cost money resulting in money being taken away from books and technology. The government won 't pay for all of the teachers in the united states.
Just like in Starkville, many public school districts across the country have made the change to mandatory dress code policies. Many people think dress codes are a solution for many problems in Public Schools, but in reality, it only causes more problems. Dress codes are unconstitutional, take away students’ individuality, and are not a legitimate solution to real problems. One problem with school uniforms with school uniforms is the fact that they are unconstitutional. Based on his research, Charles Haynes inferred, “ In finding for the students, the court was a very clear that schools could not ban student expression because they dislike it or think it may start conflicts.
My opponent might say that yes this counts for cheating either way and that we should be punished but if you suspend the whole class for doing something that the teacher encourages then you won’t have anyone else to teach. The school board will say that no teacher should encourage this for students need to learn, this does not count on their notes but no one can memorize the codon table and the periodic table for a test they will take once in their
Middle school students must wear uniforms. I am arguing against that middle school's student must wear uniforms, I think that kids need to express themselves and the best way to do so is with what you wear. There are kids who have worn uniforms and they say that it is uncomfortable to walk around in close you don't like. Schools that are making kids wear uniforms are taking control over those children, control only the parents should have. Kids need to learn how to be independent, when they wear uniforms they are being taught to follow.
Teachers should not be allowed to carry guns at school. There negatives for teachers having guns at school include: students getting the gun, extensive training for the teachers - which would cost money, students frightened to learn, and what would happen if the approved teacher with the gun is not there. There should be no need for teachers to