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.
This can cause students to fall asleep in class or be late. On the other side, teachers and administrators will be heavily burdened with the responsibility of having to check their student’s clothes. Professional clothes are much harder to check than regular clothes. With the current dress code, teachers can simply glance to see if the students are wearing the right color, size and if their clothes are appropriate. With a professional dress code, teachers have many more things to check, like ties, socks, collars, etc.
Dress codes should always be implemented because they focus students and better prepare learners for endeavors later in life. Teenagers tend to get distracted by short-shorts or tight pants. However, a dress code would prevent such distractions from occurring. Also, a dress code teaches children how to properly dress themselves, which will be a necessary ability later in life. Dress codes also make people uncomfortable, which means they are attentive.
Now I’m not saying to walk into school as if you are a hooters employee but dress yourself in the way that expresses you. We should be able to feel comfortable on school grounds, were judged everyday by our peers and the last thing young teenage girls want is to be judged by administration
According to the article, “School Uniforms: Should…”, “Opponents [of dress codes] insist that fashion is an important venue for young people to display their individuality and identity.” Also from “School Uniforms: Should…” Opponents [of dress codes], however, argue that uniforms stifle creativity. Another problem that arises from the lack of individuality is the fact that student are not getting the experience of picking out clothes for school. According to Soraya Chemaly, there are times when dressing more mature is just fine for students, especially girls. (Chemaly 40).
They should be in school getting an education so that our world will have good leaders in the future and our people will be more knowledgeable about the world we live in. If the next generation is not educated, instead of the worlds problems being solved, they will only increase. If the places that the children worked had better conditions, shorter hours and a higher salary, my opinion might be different. The amount of money these children are making is not enough to help their family in the long run. It might buy them an extra cup of rice or help them pay the rent but it is not worth what they are going through everyday to earn the money.
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.
When dress codes are implemented fairly school administrations will have less trouble dealing with upset students and their parents. Galen Sherwin wrote an article over a women 's rights project targeted at things that public schools can and can not do when it comes to dress codes, I felt that this article stated very good arguments toward this matter. Sherwin
They think that if schools have a stricter dress code then there will be less distraction. But if schools have a stricter dress code then more people would break it. Schools should take a vote to see what the students think should be the dress code, after they do the school can go over it and make changes to the dress code based on the results. Also, schools should have gender neutral dress codes for boys and girls.
Dress code should be enforced on all school grounds because of how it can decrease bullying and cyberbullying. Dress code is a big issue in schools around the United States. Dress code should be in school because girls aren’t being treated right by boys because they think they're just sexual object to make fun of. Dress code should be in schools because of the increase in dress code in the United States and the interruption in schools.
In my opinion,dress code in schools and colleges is essential. If dress code is fixed then children will feeling uniformity among themselves. Dress code make the students to be treated equally with others .As there will be different students from different places and family back ground. If a student is coming from economically strong family he will wear costly cloths and other one coming from poor or middle class family will wear a normal dress,then there will be differences between them.
Dress codes are what every teenager despises. Teens are always being told to "be yourself" but dress codes are preventing you from doing so. Most dress codes are extremely strict. If kids are being sent home for the wrong clothes, they're just missing out on valuable class time. This can also lead to why kids dress against the code.
In many schools, today, they either have dress codes or uniforms. Do you feel that we should have to wear uniforms or have a dress code? Dress codes are sometimes overrated because it focuses more on what girls can wear than boys. It’s also teaching females that the way they dress is more important than their education. It is unfair to females, it is unfair to the parents, and it is also unfair to the teachers and staff of the school.
Thesis: Today, would like to present the two main perspectives I came across regarding whether or not dress codes should be enforced in schools and then open the floor for a short discussion. Introduction: There are many ideas, such as murder is bad and helping others is good, that are pretty much universally agreed upon.