• Yes they save money in the long run

    School uniforms can save families a lot of money in the long run. If you know from grades 1 through 12 your child would not need clothes for school you would save a lot of money on clothes. The small amount you pay for the uniform is a lot smaller.

  • Yes, in the long run.

    In the short run, it might be expensive to have to buy a special school uniform for one's child because no sales are run and no exceptions can be made. However, in the long run the student does not require anything else and can not beg for fads, so it is less expensive.

  • Sure they can be good

    It can be a good value if they are priced correctly and bought right.

    Uniforms are nice if they are used in the correct manner, over paying for them though is silly and over charging parents that might be having a hard time making ends meet is unfair.

    Everyone likes to look and fell dressed well for whatever they are doing if uniforms can be purchased at a fair cost it's better than kids wearing something ratty to school.

  • School uniform is a waste of money

    You are wasting your money for clothes that you need to last 6 years, but the thing is that as you grow older you begin to start growing out of your school uniform, requiring you to purchase even more. So that wastes your money, when you can be spending it on more useful things such as food, and paying for bills.

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  • No they are not.

    School uniforms still have to be paid for but now they cause an unneeded stress on the parent if that uniform gets ripped or a button comes loose because the school will require it to be fixed or a new pair of those uniforms get in right away for the child to stay out of trouble.

  • School Uniforms a Waste

    For parents and students, school uniforms are a gigantic waste. They have no positive monetary value, and even schools get nothing from these uniforms. School uniforms don't improve school performance, nor do they make students behave better. In reality, they're worthless pieces of a dress code that produces no results.

  • School uniforms are not a good monetary value.

    School uniforms are not a good monetary value. I think school uniforms are unnecessary and that they need to be gotten rid of. I think students should be allowed to wear whatever they want to wear in school. Also keeping the uniforms clean are an added burden to the parents.

  • School Uniforms are Economical

    More stores are providing lower cost options for families interested in school uniforms. Because school uniforms are typically traditional, it's also easier to use hand me downs, as the clothing doesn't go out of style. Becuase of the basic colors, it's also easy to re dye used uniforms.

  • No the school uniforms a good monetary value.

    School uniforms are a bargain. They are becoming far less expensive than many other clothes. Schools argue that school uniforms are economical, especially compared to designer clothing, and parents agree given school uniform durability. They say school uniforms last longer because they are made for repeated wash and wear. Many schools capitalize on this by starting used school uniform stores or swap meets. Parents can get used school uniforms at discount prices, or just use them as hand-me-downs between siblings.

  • Why would it be a good value?

    You are forced into buying these uniforms if you want your child to attend the school in question. If the school is a public school then you are even worse off because your child needs to attend school and these uniforms are a requirement of it. In turn this leads the makers into setting what ever unreasonable price they wish to set.

  • A monopoly is not a good buy

    School uniforms are always produced by a single company from which parents, schools, etc. are required to buy them. There is no other option to get a school uniform. As such, they can charge whatever they want, so the quality is usually somewhat lacking and the prices are not great. A monopolistic arrangement never results in good value.

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