The Advantages And Disadvantages Of School Uniforms In Schools

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Over 3.2 million students are victims of bullying each year, 1 in 10 students drop out of school because of repeated bullying, and 90% of 4th through 8th graders report being victims of bullying. As you can see, bullying is a very serious problem that happen in schools very often. In over 3.2 million students being bullied, there are those who are bullied because the way they are dressed. I am proposing to the motion: This house believes that students must wear school uniforms, and I believe that wearing a school uniform has a lot of advantages. In this essay, I will focus on the following points: Uniforms bring unity into schools, improves student’s behavior both in and out of school, and reduce distraction. Firstly, uniform brought unity into schools. When everyone is dressed the same, peer pressure is reduced because it is difficult for bullies to make fun of someone when everyone is wearing the same. Also, when students are wearing uniforms, there wouldn’t be any competition on about being in the latest trend and who’s clothes are more expensive. For schools that do not have uniforms, the problems mentioned exists. In America, where a lot of schools do not have uniform, roughly 160,00 children miss school every day due to fear of attack intimidation by other students, this might not be directly linked to what they’re wearing but…show more content…
Overall, this means that students must wear school uniforms. Every parent want their child to feel safe and happy in their school, not feeling pressured by the way they are dressed. Think of those children who are bullied because of their clothes and not able to come to school, how will their life be? Why not reduce the bullying when we are able to make a change just by making students wear school

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