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brooke_d00
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paulrbrodeur
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Started: 1/26/2017 Category: Fashion
Updated: 11 months ago Status: Post Voting Period
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brooke_d00

Pro

Uniforms are held to a specific standard when they are given to the school for reuse, just as if you were donating clothes to the needy. Children will not receive uniform that are stained or worn down, they have to be in a moderate shape. Kids at public school wear spandex to school and ill fitting clothing that isn't appropriate to wear to school. If the school isn't strict with their dress code, then children will be able to dress more freely.
paulrbrodeur

Con

If kids are not able to dress freely how will they be able to learn what is modest and what is just unacceptable? Kids should be given the freedom to dress the way they want and have the responsibility to dress maturely. It is a way of learning how to independent and to be mature without people telling you what to do.
Debate Round No. 1
brooke_d00

Pro

Kids have the freedom to dress however they want after school. Uniforms just keep everything easy. Their not there to be super models, you're there to learn.
paulrbrodeur

Con

Schools are where kids spend most of their time at, and that is where they learn almost everything they know so why not know how to dress modestly? After school, most kids will just go home or play in sports and other after school activities where it does not really matter how you dress. Schools are a great place to learn how to dress modestly and to be independent.
Debate Round No. 2
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Posted by LukeSnorgrass 11 months ago
LukeSnorgrass
In round 1, they both have a good argument but in round 2, I think that paulrbrodeur won because he did have a good statement and that if we were to wear school uniforms that we would not learn what modesty is.
Posted by suyu 11 months ago
suyu
In Round 1, both sides focus on the using of Logos-the reasons and logic to appeal the reader. The pro side focuses on if students are allowed not to wear uniforms, they would wear "ill fitting clothes" that isn't appropriate. Therefore, students should wear uniforms. The con side focuses on students should have the free choice to dress, so they can learn to be independent without others telling them what to do. The using of Logos is effective, both sides used a good reason to support their side.
Posted by DonyFeng 11 months ago
DonyFeng
I think the uniforms are not that good looking but it keep us from distracting. If everyone have different color, different type of clothes, it is really distracting.
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