Uniforms force students to wear the same thing five days a week, for the whole school year. Not wearing uniforms allow individuality, wearing normal clothes allow you to express yourself. Nineteen percent of public school principals reported requiring uniforms in the 2009-2010 school year, up from 12 percent a decade earlier, according to “Today.com.” …show more content…
Based on a poll of around one thousand parents, they found that 95% thought school uniform prices were unreasonable.
According to “learningin21.edublogs.org” uniform tops cost $20.99, pants cost $34.99 to even $44.99, pullovers cost $39.99, and vests cost $35.99. Most kids have several uniforms tops, pants, pullovers, and vests.
Students have said, “It takes too long to pick out an outfit in the morning.” Students can pick out their outfit the night before. Which saves time in the morning to get ready. Normal clothes are said to be more comfortable than uniforms. For uniforms, your shirt always has to be tucked into your pants or skirt. Which normal clothes there is less restrictions, but your shorts have to be a certain length so they aren’t too short. Many people think that public schools don’t have a dress code, but there are many restrictions. “My shorts have to be fingertip length.” “No spaghetti strap shirts.” “Uniforms show that you are part of an organization” says Jason Wing. As I have stated before uniforms force us all to be the same. We can express who were are through what we wear. Uniforms force us all to look the exact same. Uniforms increase followers, not