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Standardized dress codes should not be required in public schools

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Started: 11/14/2014 Category: Education
Updated: 2 years ago Status: Post Voting Period
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awhite3320

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If the students are required to wear a standardized dress or uniform, will it affect the quality of education received by the students?
cibro

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Standardized dress cannot affect the quality of the education received by students, because it has nothing to do with any given establishment's curriculum, teaching staff, or academic level of attending students. What it can affect, however, is the atmosphere in which the education is administered. Enforcing a school uniform increases the overall uniformity of the academy. When on campus, dress codes separate the academic atmosphere from the student's private life, clarifying the present purpose for the student. By standardizing dress in schools, officials would be eliminating one of many factors that takes the focus off of academic achievement.
Therefore, although it does not affect the quality of the education administered to the students, school uniforms may affect the quality of an atmosphere that encourages academic focus.
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