Essay On Uniform Pros And Cons

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The conflict between school uniform or no school uniform can be traced back many of years. Some people can see the pros and cons to both while others are completely one sided. In the first article Why You Should Vote NO to School Uniforms in Elementary Schools by Diana E Butler, she is clearly one sided, she believes school uniforms should never be allowed to be worn in school. While in the second article School Uniform Pros and Cons by Rashida Khilawala, this author is Switzerland. She finds the good and bad in both sides and allows herself to stay neutral. Both are great articles but there are many differences in them as well. There are many different ways theses two authors could have used to layout their articles, but they chose completely…show more content…
School Uniform Pros and Cons by Rashida Khilawala uses a different form for her essay. She uses bulletins for each of her reasoning’s. Khilawala first states a couple brief paragraphs that explain both sides. She makes sure she gives reasoning to both side, for or against school uniforms, still staying neutral. Khilawala never leans to one side more than the other. After the opening right away she goes into bulletins for the pros, “Should Uniforms Be Compulsory in School?”. Then of course the cons for school uniforms and why they should never be allowed in any school as well. The layout that this author used was very affective for her cause while trying to stay neutral, but still very different to the layout of Butlers…show more content…
That’s a part of what makes these article very different. She never gives room to state why they might be good for schools. Butler states reason after reason to why school uniforms impact students so dramatically. Uniforms interfere with security, beliefs, bullying, and even students with special needs. Anyone can tell were a student goes to school from their uniform. It makes these student easy targets for danger. The students also have to wear them based on their religion which is forcing them to be represented in a way they might not agree. Students in public schools sometimes think differently of those who wear uniforms. It causes bullying and sometimes those students don’t get accepted outside of school. Those students with special needs and their parents have a harder getting their students in these specific uniforms and sometimes it is just not possible. Butler states all of these points in her article because she clearly wants her readers to know that she is completely against uniforms in
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