Schools should have a less strict dress code for everyone. Most of the time dress codes targets girls, boys do not get dress coded because they do not dress “sexy” to school like some girls do. “Having my stomach/thighs/shoulders show does not compromise my intelligence or actions.” (Anonymous page 1). People treat women differently when they don’t have more clothing on. It is if they do not have their necks to their ankles covered their brain stops working.
Making them wear a “shame suit”, which usually is a mismatched outfit with words like “dress code violator”. The student wearing it would have to wear it all day, the goal of this is too embarrass the student so much that the students would not break the rules again. This can cause bullying, and a complaint from parents that make the school look
Example is on a warm day students would have to wear pants and a long sleeve shirt, which would affect their academics and make them uncomfortable. Or if it is a cold day, and they are cold they would not be able to put on a jacket, because they would be breaking dress code. o There are times where, uniforms make someone feel uncomfortable and insecure. They also can lead to more bullying because of the way it fits the students body • According to, Child and Teen development specialist Robyn Silverman told NBC News Today that girls tend to compare themselves to others on how they look in uniforms A 1999 study conducted by experts of Texas Southern University showed that bullying incidents increased by as much as 12% • Fights in middle schools nearly doubled within one year of introducing mandatory uniforms. o They reflect how the student is at home and how the parents raise them.
The best theory to explain the Mujeres Organization would the Social Bonding Theory because its focus on deterring juveniles from delinquency through connections we have or make. “The reason we do not engage in Delinquency is because we have social bonds to conformity that keep us from engaging in socially unacceptable activities” (Bates & Swan, Pg. 95). According to the reading, women at Castro Valley High School were engaging in delinquent behavior such as fighting, failing academically, or dropping out and one can argue these women were lacking the necessary social bonds to succeed in school and in life in general. Social Bonds are made up of four parts -Attachment (emotion), commitment (reason), involvement, and belief.
As a result they subvert the schools culture to gain access to a higher status. Some also argue that anti-school subcultures are used as a coping strategy for the constraints placed on the different group. These different processes result in individuals being disruptive and challenging due to the subverted culture, which leads to them being excluded from the institution, creating inequalities within class. Teacher expectations within educational institutions can also impact social groups achievement. Becker talks about the ideal students.
School dress codes some people like them some people don't. School dress code make you bored and tired and normal clothes help you develop a good imagination. The reasons i say this are because school dress code would be a big transition and a lot of people would get mad . I am against this and i bet a lot more people would be to
There is a temptation to cheat and be sneaky in order to raise test scores (Berliner 52). In an effort to boost the quality of teachers, merit-based pay can instead create tensions that press teachers and administrators to act in ways that they otherwise would not. There are many forms of cheating that can occur. Some are more blatant and obvious, like physically changing test answers. Other schools want to restrict who can be admitted, so they keep low preforming students out by having a lottery, or encourage them to go to a different school.
School dress codes and uniforms are a bad idea About most of public schools in the United States requires dress codes. Schools in the United States need to follow dress codes in public schools because they are supposed to help kids with many things. Do you think maybe dress codes or uniforms are making people and kids worse as of how they act and behave? Many of the kids in the community have asked parents or the parents have decided to move their children to a different school because they need to wear or require a dress code/uniforms. People in school such as teachers have noticed that many kids are unhappy because of dress codes and uniforms.
The people featured are all changed up so they can fit a certain image people would rather see. Staring off with why we should not allow Photoshop is because there are many people that get sick and become unhealthy because they try to reach the impossible. This is mostly concerning teenage girls because they are the ones that are the most impacted when they see the models and how they are featured. While a teenage girl is in high school they want to fit in and not stand out so they
Unfortunately , children spend half of their time in schools , so they are more racism stock than the children who are taking self education ;for example, if a bully forces a child in the school to be a racist , so he will and this is because friends can effect on them in their own way. Aristea, Kristina, and profile, (2016) stated that friends can affect on you as your parents exactly . When children are choosing their friends they do not know the disadvantages they will have later . In this case , children will be forced to listen to them and discriminate others as they do . On the other hand , racist children want to have everything because they are not replete , and they always feel deficient.
Have you ever received something that you feel was important to you? Something that you felt you would look good and feel confident in? Something that you did not think was going to be something to get you into trouble? Schools all over the country have been suspending girls for the way that they dress, just because they believe it is distracting a boys way of learning, they are “too revealing,” or simply because it doesn’t fit