hats in schools
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Children don't get bullied due to their hair. If such were true, then there wouldn't be a "wacky hair day" at schools.
The reason hats are banned are for protection reasons. For example, if someone were to get robbed in school, the cameras wouldn't be able to recognise the culprit because the hat is blocking their face. Also, it is used to prevent gang signs. Plenty of hats have gang signs. Furthermore, it disrespects the teacher. Usually, when wearing hats, you intercept eye contact with others. When talking to an adult, it is respectful to make eye contact. With hats, this ruins such from occurring.
shelby13 forfeited this round.
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Vote Placed by GOP 2 years ago
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Reasons for voting decision: Conduct - Pro forfeited. Spelling and grammar -Pro didn't capitalize his/her words, while Con did. Convincing arguments - Con did a good job when he/she argued that hats should not be allowed due to security reasons. Con also did a good job making a connection to people getting made fun of due to their skin color. Lastly, I think Con made a very effective argument (yet simple) when he/she said that one could simply comb his hair to not get bullied.
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