There should be uniforms
There should not be uniforms
It eradicates the possibility of being concerned about what you wear which reduces stress.
For Private Schools and that public schools need restricts on what the students wear.
without them, girls will want to wear short shorts to "attract" guys, and possibly lead them into bigger problems later on in life.
Yes they should
If there's gonna be one when at least make it look cool. One of the schools I've been to has a uniform that epitomized a prison outfit...
it would make everyone equal in dress-no one could be made fun of for the way they dress anymore since everyone would be wearing the same thing. it would also prevent the showing of gang symbols on school grounds.
Without uniforms, everybody will be focusing on what they wear. Every single casual-clothes day we have, the focus level goes down because people are in a relaxed state of mind. if everybody wears the same, then there's no judging on your outfit. As far as expressing yourself goes, many schools are fairly relaxes, so you can wear some bracelets/wristbands, earrings, certain hairstyles, and shoes.
It'd cause less problems in school and won't make people feel left out when many others have better apparel. Getting standardized uniforms would cause less distractions with apparel and let kids feel socially comfortable.
Uniforms will enable students from lower income families to fit in better at school and avoid being singled out solely because they can't afford brand named clothing. As well, this will emphasize that individuality and personality can be expressed through actions and attitude, and freedom of expression should not be confined to material items. Finally, the education component of school will be focused on, as students will not have a daily battle of what to wear before going to school-I suspect tardiness would decrease with uniforms as well.
Kids should be able to express themselves
I went to a school with standardized uniforms and it served no purpose. It removes expression of individualism and imposes more cost to families that are required to purchase additional (and sometimes pricey) clothes. Sure, you can do something to help against gang signs and whatnot, but that only solves the appearance of such things, rather than actually helping the student. It just goes to show that schools only care about numbers rather than helping and growing students, by developing them and celebrating their individuality. No one becomes or does great things by being like everyone else.
i think that kids should be able to express themself and pick what they wont to.
Not everyone could afford uniforms and not everyone could afford stylish clothing. bullying happens for lots of other reasons , not just for what others wear.