On the other hand, it works against families that cannot afford the high prices that come with bringing uniforms into schools. Student’s freedom of expression also comes into play as I do feel it is important for students to be able to express themselves. There is no compromise for this issue as it is either have the students wear uniforms or don’t. But a compromise for economic can be the schools requiring cheap uniforms instead of expensive ones or forcing students to embed the logo on all of their shirts. This debate will not come to an end anytime
Uniforms to some may feel uncomfortable and may not be universal to all body styles. If students feel apprehensive about how they are dressed then the learning discontinues in the classrooms. Some parents feel it is cruel to not let their children express themselves the way they want and end up switching schools for a better fit for their child’s needs. In Sarah Kizis’s article she states, “Opponents say they infringe on students’ constitutional right of self-expression and do not address schools’ real problems”
Being Schooled on the Cons of Homeschooling “Adults who were homeschooled often reference extreme social awkwardness as an obstacle they experienced upon entering college or the workforce.” (Whelan). Homeschooling may be a beneficial alternative to public and private schooling, but when the facts are shown and the first hand experiences are dealt with, it is understood that homeschooling has a negative impact. There are many different reasons as to why homeschooling a student can impact their skills in both an educational way and a personal way. Students should not be homeschooled because students who are typically miss out on obtaining skills that are needed in order to advance in the real world. A skill that is needed to advance in the
The style the uniform provides may not suit certain body types causing stress over the appearance at school which could be prevented by granting students to wear personally owned clothing. The author states that “There’s also the fact that clothing can help us all-teens especially-express who we area Jay-z fan or a Steelers fanatic, one of the crowd or someone who dares to be different” and “Some styles are unflattering to certain body types, which can add another challenge for kids already struggling with their self image (Tarshis, Lauren pg.23). Some students may not be able to afford the price of the new uniform, especially in places of poverty where parents and students struggle to make ends meet. Th... ... middle of paper ... ... but at the same time, does not disrupt students in any way shape or form. Offensive material on clothing can be distracting to others and can cause conflicts between students that will be prevented by uniform.
It is because the school teacher or principal don't know what the students like or what style do the students want to wear. Every students have their own style and their won't have the same idea as the other students. So the school cannot make a uniform to content all the students. And the other things is the students will think wear the school uniform was so dumb and stupid, and they think that the people in outside will laugh at them or make fun on them. Third, the students want to be free, they want to have all the freedom.
Some kids even find them uncomfortable, and others might even be allergic to the material. They probably wouldn’t even want to come to school if they’re being forced to do something they don’t want to do in the first place. Letting kids pick out their own clothes gives them a decision to make, to be given a choice that’s completely up to them and having that taken away, they’d have close to nothing, they’d be almost completely controlled by the school, and these people aren’t even their family. Students might even feel self conscious about themselves. It might set a lot of kids over the edge and behavioral problems would begin to kick in, and no matter what everyone dresses like, people are always going to find ways to judge others, whether it’s hair color, weight, height, etc.
That is not fair to the kids who wants to go to school and get a good education but can’t because of how expensive uniforms are. While it is possible that some teenagers may not want designer clothes in addition to their school uniform, it is very unlikely. In conclusion, in our public schools, students should not be forced to wear uniforms. This is because they take away a student’s freedom of expression, sense of individuality and they do not save families any money. There are plenty restrictions already in place for students.
Why, because if they don’t were uniform it would affect them on the school behavior, and they would not learn much during school hours. Many students believe that school uniforms should not be introducing, because of the limitation of their freedom time. Introducing a uniform to the school would decrease the diversity between each student, and it will be the solution for many problems. A dress code enforces discipline in learning by changing a person’s attitude toward success. Student’s uniforms are a major point of discussion in public schools today.
Students that are forced to wear uniforms are unable to show their sense of style and some students can not present their religious beliefs. This is important because students should be able to hold a legacy of the way that they express themselves. They need to carry on their freedom that they have to tell about who they are and what they are like. Even though school uniforms can weaken the peer pressure of what students are going to wear, they also won’t be able to express themselves. When schools take away a student’s freedom of expression, it violates the First Amendment of the
Many people worry that not allowing children to wear certain clothing will “stifle their creativity” (p. ) or restrict their First Amendment rights (Nevada, 2008). There are many reasons for having uniforms in public schools. School uniforms have been shown to improve test scores, raise school pride, increase attendance, reduce violence, and teaches students to dress professionally. School uniforms can also avert the wearing of gang colors (Wilson, 1998). Self-Expression vs. Safety The most common argument against school uniforms is that they take away the students right to self-expression.