Have you ever had a heavy backpack? Most students that go to school will experience the inconvenience of heavy backpacks. Schools require students to use a vareity of school resources to complete classwork and homework. These resources include textbooks, binders, workbooks, paper and pencils, and more. All of these resources tend to add up when they are crammed into a students backpack. The weight in students ' backpacks are not only inconvienent and inefficient, but it is not healthy for students or the enviorment. Students will continue to be ineffcient unless student 's resources are digitized.
School Dress codes do not allow students to completely express their individuality. Schools want students to be able to think for themselves and create a sense of who they are, but it is not easy when they are forced to abide by rules that take away from from that. It should be a place of expressing ourselves freely in a learning environment without having to worry about what we wear as an interfering issue. The fact that the school system cares more about the student dress code than their education is an issue in itself. Schools should promote dress code individuality because of religious aspects, mental health, and human experience.
At Northwestern, many students would like to wear their hats in school. I believe that hats should be allowed to be worn in school. Students should be able to express who they are by wearing their hats. Some students go to LCTI and hats are part of their uniforms. In conclusion, students should be allowed to wear hats in school.
The cost of one uniform for a standard private school is $249. The cost is extremely expensive and the average amount of children in a family is 2. So that $249 doubles if you choose to have both your children attend a private school. Uniforms are expensive, they take out the personality of students, and some students think uniforms are overrated and not needed. A lot of schools make students wear uniforms when they believe they should wear whatever they want. I agree with these students and I wouldn’t want to be forced to wear a uniform either.
Students/kids all over the world do to school that requires to wear school uniform. Other When kids go to school in uniform they form a lack of expression on how they look because they are required school uniform. Some major reasons students should not wear uniform is because lack of expression, cost and comfort concerns. One of the biggest reasons is big bullies. These reasons are why kids should not wear uniform. And So form kids wearing uniform to having free dress uniform should not be required for lack of communication.
No matter what a student wears to school it doesn’t block or contribute weather a student will learn or not, so if a student wants to wear a crop top to school they should be able to wear it if a girl decides to wear shorts to school she should be able to wear it. Sometime boys might feel it’s too hot to come to school in a t-shirt and decides to wear a tank top he should be able to wear it and not have to serve a consequence. No matter how much schools have dress codes students will try to outbreak those rules. At the end of the day students come to school to get an education, students use their brains to learn and not what they wear to school.
Should students wear school uniforms? This topic has been brought up many times in America and other countries around the world. School uniforms do not stop bullying, instead on the other hand many increase violent attacks. Research by Tony Volk, PhD, Associate Professor at Brock University, stated, “School uniforms increase the average number of assaults by about 14 per year in the most violent schools.” Well if this is true, would you want your child or students to wear uniforms?
School dress codes. One of the most implemented school policies. Every person has a standpoint about what is too short and what is too tight. The question is, do school dress codes unfairly target girls? Absolutely!! Might as well make us wear uniforms if all their worried about is a girl’s shoulder being too sexy. For this problem to be resolved, I think it’s best to conduct a survey to find out what students think about school dress code. Distribute the survey to friends and classmates and compile and share results, along with recommendations.
School dress codes are very harmful to a young adult and young child because they will not be able to express themselves, and will feel trapped being like everyone else and lose themselves. Students will also learn to respect others no matter what they wear,and will have a kinder and more accepting mind. Additionally, students will have a developed mind and be more independent with high academic intelligence. If we don't put a stop to dress codes than many students will be harmed mentally and emotionally,and never have a fully developed mind which will harm them.
Firstly, school uniforms reduce the distraction in the classroom. According to “UNIFORMS: are they a good fit?” it states, “Many of these students say dress down days are somewhat distracting”(Marsha 36). This evidence proves that at a school where school uniforms are usually worn, they get to have a free day where they can wear whatever they want, but even then, one, just one day, students claim for it to be a little distracting. It also states from the same article, “Sixth grader tiffany gets sent to the principal's office because
What if your middle school girl came home from school one day and told you that she had to wear boy’s gym shorts because the yoga pants she was wearing turned boys on. Well, this happened to a 13 year old girl for two days in a row at her school. Most schools in the United States have a dress code policy containing many rules for what kids have to wear. In the United States dress code has a very controversial background with many opinions for and against it.
Putting a dress code into effect would limit students freedom of expression. Many students inalienable rights get taken away with this rule, “In the 1970 case Richards v. Thurston (3-0), which revolved around a boy refusing to have his hair cut shorter, the US First Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that "compelled conformity to conventional standards of appearance" does not "seem a justifiable part of the educational process." Another example of students getting their freedom taken away was at Friendly High School in Maryland where they were not allowed to wear pink shirts to wear pink shirts in order to support breast cancer month. Knowing this they wore the shirts anyway and approximately 75 students got in-school-suspension. Schools with dress codes like those take away freedoms that students will have in the real world. Also, the rule distracts them in class, because they can’t wear their favorite band shirt, so they must tell their friends about the band during class. Overall, school dress codes are unconstitutional and should be banned because they try to take away one of your inalienable rights.
Envision waking up every morning to put on the same outfit and walk out the door, stress free. People would not have to worry about what fits, or what is fashionable at the time. Schools would not have to worry about inappropriate clothing but at the same time, that clothing may be a way for a student to express himself. Many schools view uniforms as a solution to several problems, but many schools view uniforms as a lack of self expression. School uniforms should continue, even though children may not get to express themselves, because they prohibit violence, provide cheaper lifestyles, and promote better education.
School uniforms are just clothes that everyone wears in order to go to school in some places, School uniforms first came about around the 1550s, in London. A school called Christ 's Hospital decided to give fatherless and poor children a chance of education. Citizens of London provided clothing to the children, which were actually long blue coats. The children wearing the long blue coats eventually developed a name for the outfit, "Bluecoat." Soon many other Christ 's schools decided to have matching clothing for their students. Thankfully, there are some photographs of some of the uniforms back then. The photos showed that boys wore Tam O ' Shanters with pom poms and girls have starched aprons with gloves. Many school’s uniform policy is varied from place to place.
Many high schools have implemented dress codes that set rules for what students can and cannot wear while on school premises, and yet many people disagree with these policies. Though arguments can be made for either side, a dress code can have a very positive outcome for all parties involved. A fixed dress code promotes professionalism in a learning environment, and contrary to popular belief, it does not limit a student’s freedom of expression. Last but not least it encourages equality and acceptance among their peers. A dress code can be reasonable if used in proper situations that require certain attires. I believe there is indeed a need for a dress code for it to be able to maintain an atmosphere conducive for learning.