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Uniforms are to expensive and they are way to uncomfortable. And you have to but new ones every year because kids are always growing. Everyday I come home and complain to my mom that my uniform is either itchy, Uncomfortable, Or way to hot. We only get free dress on very rare occasions everybody and every kid should start a rebellion to stop kids from wearing uniforms. And about every five minutes someone has to get up and get a drink because the clothes are so thick.
Schools make uniforms not only to stifle creativity but also a cheap cash grab for the school to make a few bucks. I would enjoy wearing my on clothes if I want. Also no parent wants to spend forty bucks on a boring uniform. Shouldn't kids be able to wear what they want?
Most of the schools has uniforms, but,i think we need to wear our cloths, not schools. First of all,why everyone needs to wear the same thing? Isn't it strange? Second, maybe the school uniform is ugly, and we don't like it ! Then why we need to we IT ?
Kids wear clothing they like to express themselves. Its boring to just wear white shirts and black pants every school day. Kids need to show creativity. Come on schools! Allow kids to wear what they want! Wearing what i want makes me feel cool. So yes. I refuse to wear uniform. Even though its cool to wear a navy jacket.
I think that students should ban
together to fight against conformity and refuse to wear school uniforms. It’s bad enough that the school district
forces students to learn things that they don’t want to learn and will most
likely never have the opportunity to use in the real world. Putting together a wardrobe is a student’s
first chance to show off creativity.
School, for young children, should be viewed as your first job. Your first priority is to get an education and attend school, just as your parents go to work. If your school mandates uniforms, it means the superiors in your society have deemed them to be an asset. It is no different than having a boss at work.
Although clothing is a way for us to express ourselves, school is a forum for learning. Requiring students to wear uniforms is a great way to level socio-economic imbalances that detract from the learning environment by downplaying the importance of appearance in a learning environment. If everyone is dressed the same, clothing can no longer detract from the learning environment.