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  • Equality and reputation

    School Uniform can promote equality by ensuring that every student is equal. Not every family can afford to buy their children designer clothes and well known brands. By having school uniform everyone will be dressed the same and this prevents the less well off pupils from being stigmatised.

    School Uniform like any other uniform also identifies the individual to those around them. In the case of schools they, a well behaved pupil wearing the school uniform will create a good image of the school. This does work both ways as a poorly behaved pupil can damage the schools reputation. The public can identify the school by what its pupils are wearing and inform the school accordantly - schools tend to like to hear that their pupils have done good deeds in their communities.

  • Clothing is Expression

    School uniforms should not be required. Why would we teach children that the only way to make them equal is by taking away a tool they can use to express themselves? If kids are being bullied because of the clothes they wear, that's not right but that doesn't mean we take away the ability to show a part of who our kids are through clothing.

  • They Should Be Required

    They should because there would be less drama because everyone would be wearing the exact same thing. When some people have these clothes and others don't, there would be bullying. There are more reasons and I see why some people would say no, but this would just relieve a lot of school issues.

  • Uniforms a must

    It bridges the gap between the poor and rich.The problem is that there are many social ramifications, largely due to the unequal economic positions the children come from, so that some children get left out or feel less than their fellow students when they cannot afford stylish clothes. Those sorts of feelings should be detached from the process of learning so that students can focus on what they are doing in school to begin with.

  • People Your Crazy

    People your crazy! Not you, the people saying we 'need' school uniforms. School uniforms aren't a must- there a must not. I'm hearing a lot of arguments saying 'oh the kiddies will get bullied'; bullying will not stop because of a school's uniform. There's also the 'reputation' problem, when did schools enter the 'whoever has the smartest uniform will get students and good marks' when did we become people that judged a school by it's smart uniform cover? A smart school uniform won't make students get better marks. Okay, now, why do we need to bag them you ask?
    Students need to express themselves (most bullying is not actually clothing based), if students can be free to be themselves the grades will soar. People have said 'your kids won't want the latest clothes if there's uniform' well, you're wrong, uniforms are expansive, uncomfortable and the kids only have a few terms a year to wear them (dress during summer and spring and winter the other months).
    Teachers! Why should students be forced to wear a uniform when there is no teacher dress code. Teachers are making students feel second best, students should have the right to where whatever they want to school.
    What do you think?

  • Individuality isn't loss

    Uniforms do not stop students from being themselves. Uniforms do not silence voices. Students can wear a variety of expressive items, such as buttons, jewelry, nail polish, satchels, scarfs, socks. A 2012 peer reviewed study found that 54% of eighth graders said they could still express their individuality while wearing school uniforms.

  • Yes we need them!

    A kid is always bullied in the news. A uniform can solve this problem. If you get lost on a field trip, it will be easy to find your group or easy for your group to find you. As you can see, it is easier with school uniforms then without them.

  • Tottaly they are reqired .

    Because it seems to be disciplined and he is following his school rules as there teacher's said to them. And if children would wear their own dresses nobody could find them.By having school uniform everyone will be dressed the same and this prevents the less well off pupils from being stigmatised..I believe that kids need to go to school to learn. Not to pick on a kid that cannot afford a "Brand" of clothes. A simple scool uniform would take that all away. It would probably save parents money also cause the school could order in bulk.

  • School uniforms are required

    I think that school uniforms should be required. Many kids get bullied for what they wear, and if the students represent your school you don't want to them sagging, wearing hats, or tight jeans. You would want them to be looking top-notch. Because you want to get visitors and awards for the best warren township school. You don't want people running OUT of the school.

  • No, school uniforms should NOT be required in schools.

    I personally believe that when kids wear their " STREET" clothes they are expressing how they feel. Kids wear certain clothes because that's the kind of clothes they like. If kids wore uniforms everyday to school, they would all look alike. You wouldn't be able to tell which people were your friends because everyone would be wearing the same outfit. Plus you can tell all the kids apart. You can tell if they are fun to play with or if they're boring. You can also tell if the kids are your friends or if they aren't. NO: I don't think schools should make kids wear uniforms.

  • We feel constricted.

    It makes kids feel awful. To wake up in the morning and see that we can't be allowed to be free and have the freedom to make a choice it just makes us feel sad. We shouldn't have to wear them. It is awful to see the blandness of schools with no color.

  • No, we need freedom.

    I think we should be able to express ourselves through how people see us. When we go off to college or to a job, we won't know how to express ourselves and won't know what to do. And when we finally learn, we will be able to express ourselves, so we should learn now and later we won't have to worry.

  • Children express themselves through clothing.

    School uniforms should not be required in public schools for children to wear. I grew up in a school that did not have dress codes, and since I was into what was "stylish" I enjoyed choosing what to wear. Lots of kids use clothing as a fun, harmless way to express themselves.

    Some people may argue that a child could get bullied if they don't have or can't afford certain brands or styles of clothing. I have not seen this happen, and I believe that schools should be teaching kids not to bully rather than take away a medium for expressing themselves.

    Others say that it is less stressful and quicker to have a predetermined uniform to wear every day rather than taking the time and energy to look stylish. But it is very possible to still look decent in a minimal amount of time. Sweatshirts, t-shirts and jeans are outfits are as simple to put together as a uniform.

    Still others argue that having stylish clothes in school is distracting. But there will still be school rules to monitor what kind of clothes are and aren't permitted. Besides, school shouldn't be a dull place- it should promote independence and creativity. And one way to do this is through fashion.

    I still believe that uniforms can be allowed in private schools, since families choose to send their kids there, and if that school happens to have a uniform, they are choosing to go there.

  • Economic condition of a person

    The economic condition of every person are not equal some are very rich and are poor. We see that school always changes the uniform and those people who are rich then can prefer it very easily but those who are poor with much difficulty they send their ward to school and every time the change of uniform how will they prefer it. So, I strongly oppose the need of school uniform. Theu need education not school uniform..

  • School Uniforms Not compulsory

    Everything should be equal? No, school uniforms should not be mandatory. People argue that requiring school uniforms equalizes the children economically, and would somehow put a stop to bullying (which has very little to do with clothing regardless). If we are trying to equalize everyone, should we also stop giving out report cards, letting highschoolers wear makeup, and start telling them they can only drive certain cars because other cars may give off the vibe that they are wealthier than other students?

  • Feel free to be comfortable.

    When my brother was small he didn't talk much so he hated words and when he went to a private school he wore uniforms but my mom had a load of laundry and my brother went to school. People were bullying him because he didn't talk much so we were shocked to see him get bullied so I say no!!!

  • Let them be themselves

    While I do think school uniforms help the students look more presentable, I do not think they should be required in public schools. Private and religious school already require them, as it is. In public schools, students should remain allowed to wear what they wish, keeping in the guidelines, of course.

  • Comfort is important too!

    While education is important, students should feel comfortable while absorbing what information they can. Having to cope with a tight collar or itchy trousers could make a pupil unfocused. To add on, students are free to choose what type of clothing to wear according to the weather. If it is hot, they wear something light and short. If they feel cold, they wear something long and thick.

  • Everything should be equal?

    No, school uniforms should not be mandatory. People argue that requiring school uniforms equalizes the children economically, and would somehow put a stop to bullying (which has very little to do with clothing regardless). If we are trying to equalize everyone, should we also stop giving out report cards, letting highschoolers wear makeup, and start telling them they can only drive certain cars because other cars may give off the vibe that they are wealthier than other students?

    This is America, not a communist nation...


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