1) Parents aren't spending top dollar on fashion trends to keep their child socially acceptable in a stage in child development where children are separating themselves in social circles based on trivial characteristics like your ensemble. One less thing for students to worry about being alienated for.
2) Maintains discipline in standard of appearance . In a culture that is more and more provocative in what is considered fashionable, concerns for what is appropriate for adolescent children to be wearing has become a concern to parents and teachers in the school environment. Uniform and appearance standards leave no room for questioning the propriety of what students wear.
3) When students adhere to dress codes with uniforms, their individual uniqueness is diverted from superficial aesthetics and demonstrated in more noble attributes such as academic achievements, personality, social contributions and development, athletic ability, extra-curricular involvement and overall work ethic in their studies.
4) Can socially reinforce idea of not judging a person on factors like wealth, fashion taste, adhering to current trends and other distractions that adolescent students don't need interfering with why they are at school in the first place.
"We don't go to school to be judged by what we wear. We go to learn. Any clothing can be a distraction. There's always ways to figure it out even with a uniform. There's always going to be somebody looking at somebody's looks and judging whether in uniform or not. That problem is the thing that needs to be looked at. And the honest truth is that most colleges and universities don't care what people wear. So all that trouble is usually wasted. As people mature, they figure out that workplaces need a bit more of a formal dress but even workplace dresscodes are becoming more relaxed. So bottom line is leave these kids alone on what they wear and focus on how to educate them the best."
This is because no one in the school stands out. As a student, i know that even if you dont like the school uniform, you dont have to stand in front of a wardrobe every morning wondering what to wear. People say poor people can't afford it, well they wouldn't be able to afford their children having a range of different clothing for every single day of the year. Uniform makes it much easier, and it looks great too. We dont go to school to get judge on what we wear, but all these critics about girls clothing would practically be stopped if all school simply wore nice uniforms for everyone, maybe with a range of styles; shorts, dresses and skirts for girls, etc.
Whilst school uniforms can make us feel all the same and grouped together, and no matter how much it would be lovely to wear our own clothes, I have to say I am not against them.
The thing is, if people wore their own clothes and could not 'keep up with the trends', or maybe they couldn't afford nice clothes, some people might find it a spot to bully them on. I know it sounds unfair, but some people are like that. Also, people could get into an argument over it.
Finally, when schools go on trips, they will find it much easier to spot their pupils and not lose them if they all stand out with the same uniform.
School Uniforms are a ridiculous idea that only has been in practice for wealthy higher class Americans in Expensive Private Schools. There is good reason for this. If public schools or less expensive schools open to more students adopted school uniforms they would have two options:
1. Provide School Uniforms - With this option you help lower income families but hurt the entire spectrum. Everyone would have to pay more for their education (or public schools will simply get less funding until taxes are raised) for a system that helps in very few situations.
2. Make Families Pay - This option significantly hurts lower income families by taking more money away from them for again, a system that isn't required or helping in the slightest. Also, public schools would be very reluctant to charge families extra, and this option is very unlikely to be executed for public schools.
My conclusion is this: The main downside of School Uniforms is economics, as public schools would be forced to take money out of their budgets, and private schools would be forced to raise prices, making it harder for some students to get private educations.
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1. Uniforms save money: This is simply false, in fact, school uniforms actually cost more. The argument is that parents do not have to buy all the clothes for each day for their kids in school because they just wear the same thing every day. But, this is not true because parents still buy the same amount of clothes for their kids if the kids have school uniforms or not. This is because the kids go home after school and immediately change clothes into something more comfortable for the rest of that day. Unlike school without uniforms where the kid already has their comfortable clothes on and does not need to change. So when a school does have uniforms, the parents buys clothes for their child in school and out of school, instead of when the school does not have uniforms, where the parent only has to buy clothes for out of school because those clothes can be worn in school too. This is just like in the job field, if a person that has to wear a uniform to work everyday could just wear their regular clothes, then they would save a lot of money each year because they still buy their regular clothes, but not work uniforms.
2. Uniforms stop bullying: Again, simply false, the kids in school who bully will always find a way to bully. It isn't just because of what kids wear, it is because of how they smell, look, talk, live, dress, their grades, and anything they can find. Bully's will always find a way to bully. This is a lot like they debate over whether or not we should take away guns from the people. That just takes away guns from people who are good, and they will loose a way to defend themselves. The bad people that have guns will still find a way to get guns, always, whether that be on the black market or wherever. Anyways, lets get back to school uniforms, if you take away school uniforms, you just take away a child's freedom of expression and individuality. Sadly, this will not stop bullying.
3. Saves time in the morning: This is the dumbest one yet, this will save you like 20 seconds if your a guy because we all know guys just grab whatever and put it on and go. If your a girl, this this saves like three hours of deciding what to wear, but at the same time, girls like choosing what to wear, like its a game or something.
I have had very personal dealings with the school uniform issue. I remember back in second grade we were assigned to write a paper of whether I was for or against it. Being the little wild kid I was, I certainly didn't want people controllling what I wear. On top of that I remember the article we read interviewed somebody who was all for uniforms and me in my paper trying to use a childish version of cursing her out. I got points off for that and I'm a bit more mature now. Enough to where I won't curse about it, but point out the problems. Other instances I remember at the time is the school distict deciding what to do about it. Many kids mentioned their parents frustration at having not much to do with the new clothes just bought and having to spend MORE money on uniform applicable clothing. The school district did in fact end up with a dress code with slight changes over time like whether a white collar shirt was only allowed or a navy shirt was ok too. All until high school, it likely got on every teachers nerve at some point as they had to take time to check that everyone was ok. And then there was the favoritism problem of who got away with certain things. I feel people going to school nude may not exactly work, but a few standards on what to wear is more than enough. We don't go to school to be judged by what we wear. We go to learn. Any clothing can be a distraction. There's always ways to figure it out even with a uniform. There's always going to be somebody looking at somebody's looks and judging whether in uniform or not. That problem is the thing that needs to be looked at. And the honest truth is that most colleges and universities don't care what people wear. So all that trouble is usually wasted. As people mature, they figure out that workplaces need a bit more of a formal dress but even workplace dresscodes are becoming more relaxed. So bottom line is leave these kids alone on what they wear and focus on how to educate them the best.