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school uniforms have the potential to make a school safer, that uniforms reduce bullying or self-image issues, and that uniforms return the focus to the students' education. I disagree. I actually think that school uniforms do not help make our schools a safer place, I think that they do not return the focus to student's education - they just shift where the focus was before, and that they will not help cut down on bullying or self-issues in school. It has been argued that school uniforms would promote...

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Uniforms or Not

Should there be Uniform in Schools. The most time teenagers spend is at schools. In American's high schools a student spends six to eight hours in school. They sit at their desks listen to teachers and do their work. In most schools, however they are made to wear uniforms. The restrictions can be too much for many students. In America high school students should be not be forced to wear uniforms because they take away students sense of individuality, they do not allow self expression and absolutely...

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Where do uniforms come from? Uniforms originally came from England in the 16th century. Uniforms in England symbolizes the lower class and the orphans, it’s basically they separated children in groups (Viadero 61). A lot of school enforces dress codes instead of uniforms. There are many opinions about requiring school uniforms or not. Many people believe that school uniform have a negative effect. Uniforms are more expensive than regular clothes (Larkin 29). A student needs at least two...

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Enforcing School Uniforms Essay School’s across America are searching for a solution to improve their school districts and promote a learning environment, but how? “The U.S. Department of Education observed that the adoption of school uniform policies can promote school safety, improve discipline, and enhance the learning environment” ( “Manual on School Uniforms” 1). Uniforms don’t take away a student's right of self-expression but, instead it helps to add a sense of discipline to a school. School...

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Uniform

uniform is a type of clothing worn by members of an organization while participating in that organization's activity. Modern uniforms are most often worn by armed forces and paramilitary organizations such as police, emergency services, security guards, in some workplaces and schools and by inmates in prisons. In some countries, some other officials also wear uniforms in their duties; such is the case of the Commissioned Corps of the United...

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Uniform vs. Non Uniform

The discussion about school uniforms has been going on for a very long time through schools in the United States. Some schools believe uniform helps with behavior problems and other believe no uniform is a way to express oneself. As a tenth grader at Orange High School, I personally am not a fan of uniform because I like to be creative with my outfits the way I dress is a very big extension of the kind of person that i am. Without that who would we all be? Uniform does not give students a sense...

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School Uniforms

The introduction of school uniforms in the public school system would make a positive change for the students and the entire school. A common argument today is whether uniforms should be introduced to the public school system. I agree for many different reasons. The main reasons for having uniforms are that it would prevent bullying, create more school pride, and make school a better learning environment. An important reason for uniforms is that it would prevent bullying in school. There are...

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School Uniforms

benefit from the introduction of mandatory school uniforms. Enforcing school uniforms for students offers great options for low income households, peer pressure, and classroom disruptions. The dress code has been an ongoing battle for school faculty and students for years. However, I believe that sufficient progress has not been made and uniforms are the answer. Uniforms allow the students to look professional, clean, and well maintained. Uniforms provide a sense of security and stability to the kids...

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School Uniform

Uniform is a standard set of clothes that is worn by a group of people. They may be members of an organization or a group of people having the same ideas. There may be thousands kinds of uniform in the world. Students, police officers, doctors, lawyers, teacher, security guards and many others will wear uniform when they are on duty. Boys' uniforms often consist of dark trousers and light-colored shirt, maybe a jacket in cold weather. A girl's uniform might consist of a skirt and blouse, and also...

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School Uniforms

require their students to wear uniforms, and there're also some that don't. I believe that school uniforms should not be required for a few reasons. Uniforms take away from a person's individual identity, and they can be costly to people depending on their financial status. School uniforms can also be a very uncomfortable fashion that students would not take a liking to. The first reason uniforms should not be required is that most schools across the country believe uniforms take away from an individuals...

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