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Started: 2/6/2018 Category: Education
Updated: 3 years ago Status: Debating Period
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I think the dress code shouldn't choose for kids what they have to wear, I think they should have a saying in what they wanna wear. It does break the first amendment. Plus it can cost well over $100, which is unreasonable since parents already have to pay for heir kid's education and after-school activates. Another argument is that they should at least be able to customize it the way we want, our color, any text, anything, but if we do lift this from schools we should at least be limited to certain things, like skin showing, that shouldn't be allowed if any school has no dress code.


first of all, id like to adress how you think it breaks the first amendment, Freedom of Religion, Speech, and the Press? You as an minor have to abide by the rules the schools are giving you, which includes dress code. as for cost, unless you cant afford (which doesn't seem the case because most dress codes are for private schools and if you are going to a private school, you are not worried about 100$) the dress code, you cant really complain. the teachers are providing you an education, which is worth more than some clothes. And your last argument just makes absolutely no sense because that completely goes against what a dress code is. being able to customize a set uniform? makes no sense bud
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