Is it not at all a bad thing to enforce a mandatory dress code and school uniforms for the students who are in school considering the fact that the students will no longer be able to be subject to bullying based off of fashion and the children who are less fortunate do not have the unnecessary pressure to wear what the popular or the rich kid may wear. This will alleviate loads of stress for each student as some may feel as if they are no longer the outcast through nothing else more than accessory. The children who are attending school are often unnecessarily ridiculed for the clothing that they wear leading many students to regress in their academic skills and causing many students to socially withdraw from their fellow students within their community. The students also should be uniformed in attire that is unisex to eliminate unnecessary vexing of their gender and/or sexual preferences based off of the clothing that they wear. Though they may still yet be subject to some form of bullying, this greatly reduces the tension that stems within the student body by making the students more in-common and more so able to fit in without the drama of fellow students fashion critiques boosting self-esteem.
I also think that they should enforce the dress code so that the students who wish to skip class, while they supposed to be at school are easily caught making sure that the students can not have any different sets of clothing with them. We should give them the same uniforms to always change into even at phys ED, science lab, etc.