School uniforms are becoming a popular trend amongst schools. Students and even most parents don’t agree with the enforcement with school uniforms; stating that uniforms take away the right of self-expression. School uniforms are not a negative thing to have. Yes, uniforms limit what the students have to choose to wear to school every day, but it doesn’t limit them from learning; the only reason they are in school. Student treat school as a fashion show, so eliminating that puts the students’ full focus on schoolwork. Although requiring students to wear school uniforms may violate their self-expression in some ways, a uniform are supposed to be looked upon as a positive thing, because they eliminate bullying, combine social classes and gives the school campus a professional look.
The most common argument against school uniforms is that they take away the students right to self- expression. Yes, school uniforms limit what the students have to wear, but he/she can still have their own ways of self-expression. Students can still express their style of choice by the way he/she styles their hair and what accessories they choose to wear. Their shoe choice is also a form of self-expression. Students can make the uniforms their own style without breaking the dress code. Just because a student can’t wear the most fashionable jeans to school doesn’t mean that his/her rights are taken away. School is a place to learn. Outside of school, kids can wear and express themselves any way they please.
Requiring school uniforms eliminates the chances of bullying. Bullies usually pick on kids based on what they wear. What happens when they are wearing the same thing? Everyone will be dressed the same, leaving less room to get picked on. Bullies won’t have the need to pick on someone as much as he/she would if uniforms were not required, because everyone would pretty much look the same, including the bullies. When people all look the...
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