• Yes

  • No

45% 9 votes
55% 11 votes
  • It is just a uniform. I have no problem wearing a uniform at the education institution which I attend. If students have an 'issue' with uniforms now, what will they do when they have to wear a uniform at work?

  • Studies show that students that all wear similar or same clothes perform better in class, and are less distracted.

  • As long as they are comfy and fit properly. I've been to both type of schools (one required uniform and one didn't). The uniforms prevent bullying about other people's styles. It also appears neater and cleaner. Uniforms are modest so that the school doesn't have to worry about dress codes.

    Posted by: DKmoon
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SamStevens says2015-04-02T15:54:55.7377609-05:00
Triangle.128k: " students should have the right to wear what they like. " Based on this, students could wear inappropriate/distracting clothing in school.
retrogamer176 says2015-04-02T15:57:18.2098188-05:00
@samstevens My school has no uniforms and nobody's flipping out about a shirt. I might where a "religion is fiction" shirt just to see if that changes.
SamStevens says2015-04-02T16:02:40.2526787-05:00
Retrogamer176: At my old elementary school, a school uniform had to be implemented for students in the 6th grade and above since people were wearing inappropriate/revealing clothing.
retrogamer176 says2015-04-02T16:04:41.8690463-05:00
@samstevens I guess it depends on the school right?
SamStevens says2015-04-02T16:05:32.2484900-05:00
Retrogamer176: Yes.
retrogamer176 says2015-04-02T16:11:08.0177017-05:00
How do you think schools should decide weather or not to utilize uniforms?
SamStevens says2015-04-02T16:12:56.4919049-05:00
Retrogamer176: Schools should decide whether or not a school uniform need to be implemented based on their pupil's actions. If students start dressing inappropriately, like students in my old school did, the school should implement a uniform.
retrogamer176 says2015-04-02T16:14:49.4344569-05:00
What constitutes inappropriate? In my eyes, I think only revealing clothing should be banned.
SamStevens says2015-04-02T16:16:58.1114821-05:00
Retrogamer176: " I think only revealing clothing should be banned." Revealing clothing would qualify.
retrogamer176 says2015-04-02T17:33:21.4294475-05:00
What else qualifies in your eyes?
SamStevens says2015-04-02T17:43:20.5292131-05:00
Retrogamer: Revealing clothing and clothing that is a distraction/disrupts the educational process.
retrogamer176 says2015-04-02T17:46:34.5547894-05:00
Oh nice so we agree! Here is what I would do: If we can detect that the shirt is distracting, we give them a warning, then we dress code. No uniforms unless it's to much to control. Right?
SamStevens says2015-04-02T17:49:03.3050046-05:00
Retrogamer176: Seems like a good idea. "No uniforms unless it's to much to control" In my opinion, a uniform is not too much control; to the average student, a uniform is unbearable.
retrogamer176 says2015-04-02T17:51:18.1270629-05:00
I meant "no uniforms unless you can't stop someone from wearing inappropriate or distracting clothing."
SamStevens says2015-04-02T17:55:51.8796841-05:00
DKmoon says2015-04-03T04:58:32.4387576-05:00
The only thing I would say for the "no" vote would be because they're usually old fashion (I mean really. Were in the 21st century now), don't fit right, and are itchy and pocky which makes it hard to study in. I think uniforms should be comfy and formal, its not like we're seeing the president, were just sitting in out classrooms the whole day.
bobwashere says2015-04-03T15:27:32.7143135-05:00
I agree with both of you guys but at my school the kids ( mainly girls) wear clothes that show the sides but underneath they wear a tank top. So the girls take precautions and they wear what they like to wear
DKmoon says2015-04-04T03:05:24.1681520-05:00
That's true but at my old school some other girls would dress in cut off shorts and tees. The teacher says it distracts boys... But this was in elementary school, like common!

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