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  • Yes they should.

    School uniforms should be worn in public schools. It has been proven time and time again that student who have to wear a uniform to school perform much better then the kids who do not. This is because it removes distraction and lets the kids actually focus on their work.

  • Everyone at school should wear uniforms.

    Uniforms should be required attire in all public schools, everyone should wear them. And when I say everyone, I mean everyone -- not just the students, but the faculty and senior staff as well. It maintains a certain amount of natural decorum and discipline on campus. It also makes parental budgeting for real clothing much simpler.

  • Yes they should.

    Uniforms, or at the very least a dress code, needs to be enforced in public schools. In schools there is a lot of status and bullying that comes from clothing and what status symbols you can buy. Uniforms will get rid of that and will be a professional image for students.

  • Uniforms should be worn in public schools.

    Students should not have to spend their time worrying about what kind of clothes they have to wear every day. If they wear uniforms, they do not have to make these kinds of decisions and they can give more attention to their studies. It's more important for them to worry about other things.

  • Uniforms start all students on the same playing field

    Yes, uniforms of some kind should be worn in public schools. This will bring down the potential of picking or bullying another student because he or she is unable to purchase the name brand clothes. Furthermore uniforms maintain a general dress code, whether than depending on the student to select appropriate attire.

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  • Doesn't promote diversity

    If students in public schools wear uniforms then kids will not be able to wear their own clothes. Also most school uniforms are very expensive some costing up to $600. They are too expensive and don't let kids express themselves. People need to express themselves which is why school uniforms are not a good choice.

  • I do not think uniforms should be worn in public schools.

    I do not think uniforms should be worn in public schools. I do however believe that there should be a dress code to protect against things like immodest clothing or offensive slogans. Within reason, I think it is good for children to be able to make decisions about their wardrobe and express their individuality.

  • Uniforms should not be worn in public schools.

    Uniforms should not be worn in public schools. I think it should be left up to the students to dress themselves appropriately for school. When you get a job, most places are not going to give you an outfit to wear. In school, it should not matter how you are dressed.

  • Uniforms breed conformity and sheep-like mentalities.

    Uniforms should not be introduced into public schools because they are a sign of conformity, authoritarianism, and do not even achieve the so-called goals of their proponents. Just look at the United Kingdom if one needs proof of this. They do not stop classism or other clothing related issues, other than satisfy the static social views of some elderly people, and they are just another way to make school miserable.


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