Students need to learn what clothes are acceptable and appropriate to public and at school. This will make it easier when they look for work. People who are hiring teenagers for jobs are not going to hire someone that doesn’t know what to wear to formal and public areas. If we want our schools to train our students for adult life, we need to have a dress code in place to teach them what is ok to wear. Many critics of dress codes say that dress codes disadvantage students whose families cannot afford decent clothes.
School uniforms should be required in all public schools across the united states because, school uniforms reduce the amount of distraction in the classroom, school uniforms create a positive, no violence culture and climate on campus, and lastly school uniforms end the competition between the rich and poor, weather it being about who has the nicest or most new up to date clothes. 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
Requiring school uniforms can help a student to better succeed in the classroom. School uniforms would be good to implement in schools because they take away “best dressed” competitions and the financial strain on parents of buying in-style clothes, takes the worry away from students of what to wear so they can focus on classwork, and it takes the stress away from teachers of having to enforce a dress code. School uniforms are a great way to take competition out of dress, nowadays kids are constantly in a competition to who can have the coolest clothes, or most expensive clothes. If schools make kids
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.
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.
People have been trying to put prayer back in school for quite a while, though some people are against putting prayer back in school. They have been organizing fundraisers, organizations, campaigns, and several other things. Some people take putting prayer back in school to the next level, and they post about it on social media.¨The debate over prayer in public schools has been a quiet one, largely because it's pretty clear that setting aside time for prayer in public schools violates our Constitutional separation between church and state. In 1962, the United States Supreme Court ruled that public schools cannot have official prayer times for that reason. Yet with every school tragedy, there is always some outcry that 'removing God from the
Some of the requirements for the TCHS dress code is that it is mandatory that all students wear a collared shirt with short sleeves and it can have any design or embellishment the student desires. It is not a required to wear a belt, which is a popular requirement for most dress codes. Some of the restricted items of attire which are banned and will result in a detention is that students are not to be seen wearing any sharp or spiky jewelry or clothing. Also, boys must not wear their pants in a sagging fashion. Last year as I was leaving the cafeteria to get to class my peer, who wishes to stay anonymous, got pulled over by an administrator because she was violating the dress code.
Students in school aren’t allowed to wear hats, hoodies, or beanies on their heads because administration believes that kids might be concealing their identity. Students should be allowed to wear hats in school because they don 't cause any harm or any problems, and some kids may need a hat for many reasons. Hats don 't cause anyone problems which is a good thing. All it is just a piece of clothing that goes on the top of one 's head. I wear a hat everyday because I like the way it looks, and almost every day one teacher yells at me to take it off.
If prayers from a single religion was introduced into public classrooms, they would provide one more criteria by which the majority could discriminate against and marginalize minorities. The end result would probably be more school violence, not less. The public school system is created for all students and supported by all taxpayers. It should therefore remain neutral on religious issues over which students and taxpayers will differ. Since no formal school prayer could simultaneously honor and uphold the tenets of the many religions practiced in America, as well as various denominational differences, prayer is better left in the home and religious institution of the individual student’s or parent 's
Throughout Valerie’s writing she uses multiple rhetorical devices to make her argument stronger to persuade the reader. Her first premise is that “Privatized school choice will inevitably reduce funding for your local neighborhood public schools.” She stated that taxpayers are paying for our children’s education and that their money goes with the student whether it be private schools, public schools or charter schools. It is argued by many people that the money is “backpacked” and that the money follows the student to where they go, but it doesn’t affect the public schools. She says in the article that it isn’t true. The second premise that is