It is also because the school might want the children to represent there school and get more students and more people come to the events especially go … od children because if they do something good like helping an old lady across the road then the old lady might think I'll send a thank you letter to the school! Do you think school uniforms have any impact on children's development and socialization? According to development psychologists, ladies have the huge tendency to compare how they look in uniforms. Imagine wearing the same thing over and over again — until you graduate. If we convince ourselves that placing limits on clothing choices will eliminate school bullying, we are kidding ourselves. When it is back to school, there are fewer things to buy more so the everyday clothes. What if they get lost Well if a kid gets lost and there not is school uniform well yes they would find her but it would be a lot more easier if they had uniforms because they can spot her from the groups of people this can let the school have a advantage so yeah.
You can take the daring path of 'civil disobedience', intentionally violating the rule as a demonstration of personal conviction, but you run the risk of discipline, and in that case you would have to accept the discipline, including dismissal. Australian schools should be bully free! Are uniforms just acting as a band aid to help further liberal thinking? We believe that this has not been the case. In addition, distracting fashion trends and status -symbol clothing are eliminated, enabling students to focus more on their academic goals. If children don't have to pick clothes in order to look cooler, they can focus on learning. A discipline emphasized and decorum maintained environment Maintaining control and dignity in school is essential. Wearing school uniforms stops students from making fun of students for their clothing, because everybody would be wearing the same exact thing.
Students would be able to go to school, and not have to worry about what another student saying something about what they are wearing. As well as being bullied children will all look the same. Buying a new school wardrobe every class opening can be hard on the budget. It can also put the child in pressure about what should they wear the next day to school. Also, as it evens the playing field, there is decreased bullying and teasing related to clothes. Giving kids a choice to express themselves not only acknowledges their individuality but creates the possibility for a relationship of mutual respect.
So much of schooling is dedicated to learning social interaction, and forcing students to wear uniforms will discourage the idea that people should be expressive and non-conformist. Also, uniforms do help in the elimination of and better the grades of students, especially for those with low self-esteem and low social status. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. School uniforms have been around for about 2000 years. When there is a strict school uniform, students fail to express their style. Constitution guarantees its citizens freedom of expression. Mandatory uniforms have no positive effect on behavior, academic achievement, and emphasize the socioeconomic disparities they are intended to disguise.
Making children wear school uniforms takes their individuality and option to be different away. You have plenty of time outside of school to wear goofy clothes or bad hair styles, but while in school take advantage of an education and contribute rather than detract and distract because you crave attention that you may not receive at home. In today's society, students forget about the real reason for going to school and focus on their appearance and popularity. Uniforms jeopardize the ability of America's youth to express themselves, to become the people that they want to be. This also happens to girls who deem themselves very short or very tall. I can't stand it anymore. In my school we wear uniforms for when we are in band, orchestra, and even choir.
Also, no inappropriate clothes can be worn. Second, I know you'll say but that's teaching them conformity that everyone has to be the same , but really? But if uniforms are compulsory, she will feel embarrassed. It need not restrain individuality; the child only wears it a few hours a day. However, the number of such schools is way smaller in comparison to those still requiring every child to be dressed in proper school uniform. People will not stop bullying each other based on appearance, which manifests itself in ways besides clothing.
This is no less true of high school students. It's time to eliminate from schools the status and respect many students give to clothing labels and price tags. Uniforms also bridge differences between students and families of widely disparate income levels. The practice discourages independent thinkers. Here are some arguments from both sides. The truth is that in higher level education, children are judged and teased based on their clothing.
Individual style, in this case, is sacrificed for a safer learning environment. However, not everyone finds them convenient or desirable, and children and parents have their own views. They affect self-image, and even attract bullying and violence. Moreover, intruders can be easily sighted. Freedom of teenagers is primordial, they need liberty to take advantage of their youth and wearing clothing can describe a person. Some parents also feel that school uniforms are an unfair expense when they already pay taxes or tuition to fund their child's education.
Whatever they bring to the Hill, they all come together on equal footing, to be identified and judged by their character and contribution alone. The separation between females and males will only increase. In his book The School Uniform Movement and What It Tells Us About American Education, Brunsma concluded that there is no strong empirical data to support those claims. Most people agree that school uniforms should certainly be mandatory. What do bridesmaids, military personnel and emergency service workers have in common? They don't help anyone, okay? There will be no creativity, diversity or individuality.
Think of all the brilliant ideas we stand to lose in the future. The uniforms can be purchased once a year and be worn all through the year. Dress codes, available at most schools seem to succintly outlaw tany sort of offensive clothing worn to school. School uniform isn't fashionable, but that's exactly why I think it should be here to stay. Our courts have maintained that when a child's safety is at issue, the freedom of expression becomes a secondary consideration. There is a move in schools for girls' skirts to be kept at a decent level.