School Uniforms Essay

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School uniforms are the ones that are used and worn by students for schools or educational institutions. These types of clothes are found generally in primary and secondary schools in many countries all over the world. Uniforms can be either simple in requirements or restricting such as using specific color choices or limiting the items and objects students are allowed to wear. For dress codes, they are less restrictive and they focus on promoting the concept of modesty and discouraging the anti-social fashion trends and statements. However, there are some groups that are with promoting students to wear school uniforms and some that are against. School uniforms help students to focus and concentrate on school work rather than other students,…show more content…
In case all students have the same clothing style, there will be no competition between students about who has a better clothing choice(Occupy Theory, 2014). This also will eliminate the thought of who is wearing more expensive than the other as students in their early ages can be sensitive towards that. Being dressed with the same school uniform all together encourages that unity concept and promotes feeling that school is considered as a second home or a small society for all its students. Spirit is raised and makes students feel that they are all alike. School uniforms make this concept socially…show more content…
They have been adopted since a long time and their numbers are increasing(Scott, 2014). It is known also that mandatory school uniforms are found in public schools of developing countries for more protection and safety. One of the benefits as mentioned before is that students will feel they are all unified, feeling safe and that there is no difference between and the other. School uniforms are simple that they do not need large amounts of money to be spend on them to make a difference between them. Students and families that do not have enough money to buy fashionable and expensive clothes can benefit from all of
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