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Tiffanyxoxo
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obeyy_reggie
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Are school uniforms more effective than street clothes in schools

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Started: 11/4/2013 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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Tiffanyxoxo

Pro

I think school uniforms are more effective than street clothes because instead of everybody focusing on what other people are wearing. If they have uniforms everybody is almost wearing the same thing and their more focus on their school work rather than what their friends or peers are wearing. They're attitude is more enthusiastic to learn. Kids don't have to worry about being bullied for what they are wearing when the whole school as a whole are wearing the same thing.
obeyy_reggie

Con

when people wear their own clothes rather than school clothes, they get to express themselves and they feel more comfortable when they learn. if your in your relaxed clothes and you learn, you do better because you feel better
Debate Round No. 1
Tiffanyxoxo

Pro

School uniforms help us understand as a whole school that we are all equal. No one is better than the other. Uniforms teaches us discipline that we are able to follow rules and dress code regulations. I think that we should look to uniforms in a positive way. We need to learn that we don't necessarily need to express ourselves in school we should just show people who we are by our personality and making conversation with our peers.
obeyy_reggie

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Debate Round No. 2
Tiffanyxoxo

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obeyy_reggie

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