School Uniforms Requirement
Should students in public schools’ wear uniforms when they attend school? Many economically developed countries such as Japan and England requires students to wear uniforms at school. However, in United States, only private or parochial schools require students to wear uniforms, and they bring many positive results to students as well as schools. Therefore, all public schools should require students to wear uniforms when they attend school. In some schools that are against students wearing school uniforms believe that forcing students to wear school uniforms is a disadvantage to them. School uniforms can get boring and annoying; they have to wear similar clothing every day to school. Schools that are against students wearing uniform think that the uniforms can violate students’ rights to freedom of expression. However, some students think that school uniforms bring many benefits to them. School uniforms help their parents to save finances because they do not have enough money to provide a varied wardrobe for them. Instead of spending money to buy many different outfits, they can get a few of the same pieces of clothing without worrying about their children getting hurt in school, yet the schools who are against school uniforms do not acknowledge the benefits of what they can gain when it comes to the purpose of education. Reducing distractions is one reason for all public schools should be required students to wear uniforms when they attend school. When students are required to wear school uniforms, they are more likely to focus in their studies. They will not need to worry about their clothing to impress their significant other or to fit in or waste their time worrying about insignificant matter other than to worry about their studies. School uniforms can remove many distractions that are usually related to their casual and home clothing. The female students may wear clothing that is...
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