Yes, we're all equal. School Spirit, Right? I think teachers should have to wear uniforms because we, as students, wear uniforms everyday. When you walk in school you see navy and khaki on students. And then you see the teacher in a purple flowing dress or a green skirt. Our school colors aren't purple or green. Our colors are navy and khaki. And that's what the teachers should be wearing. Navy and Khaki. Show some school spirit, educators! also Setting aside cultural and religious issues that can arise from "business casual" dress.
That's the thing, we students are never regarded equal to teachers. Sure, a teacher is older and sometimes wiser, but why no uniform? Because there is no equality. Is a student arguing with a teacher a common occurrence? Can a student directly defy the teacher's order and say that they do not want to do homework and will not do it? No, there is no equality in school between teachers and students, and that's why teachers don't need to wear the false badge of equality.
We never have a say in what assignments we should get and the deadline for it. We can never really defy a teacher. Teachers have the freedom to express their learnings and moods as no students can do anything about it, while students don't. There is no equality in school, and the school spirit is worn out as such. Vote for con.
Reasons for voting decision: Conduct points go to Con since Pro forfeited. Convincing arguments also goes to Con since Pro argued that teachers and students should be equal, Con argued that it would be a false equality, and Pro dropped the point.
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