Dress Codes

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  • Dress Code

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    Dress code has been the biggest topic between the Board officials and parents. There have been many decisions and arguments that were worked out by administration and local school, often at the request of parents. There should be a dress code for students for several reasons. Many public schools today are making dangerous decisions and these decisions may end up saving someone's life. The decisions are about school uniforms and dress codes. Public schools are beginning to open their eyes to the real

  • dress code

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    about Dress Code? What are the advantages of looking like everyone else inside a school? Millions of people in the United States say that there should be dress codes. Are you one of those people? There should be dress codes for public schools for three main reasons: it will make a better school, it will save families money, and teens will stop trying to impress their peers with what they wear and focus more on school because everyone will look similar. Saves Families Money Dress code saves

  • Dress Code

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    be aware of what is going on inside that building before sending your children to that particular school. Today the issue is dress code. This matter might not sound all that important but the life and future of our children are very important therefore we need to address this matter. Before deciding whether to send children to a school with a dress code or without a dress code, parents should consider the differences of each institution. I want to put the safety of my child first, is what a good parent

  • Dress Codes

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    daily sights. Therefore, in order to achieve a less distracting workplace and help eliminate violence, Perry Meridian High School (PMHS) needs to implement a stricter dress code. Dress codes have always existed in the United States. They were especially popular throughout the 1950s, 1960s, and 1970s. Once the ‘80s hit, the dress code fad began to die off until the late ‘90s came around. At the beginning of 1997, three percent of public schools required school uniforms, and by the end of 2000, the

  • dress code

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    I disagree with the school dress code because it doesn't allow people to express themselves, people can't dress for the weather, and it doesn't let people choose how they want to look because it's supposedly a distraction. The dress code is "The bottom of your shirt must at least meet the top of your pants or shorts, and undergarments should not be exposed. There must be a substantial covering over both shoulders. See-through clothing or clothing that is so very tight that it draws attention to oneself

  • Dress Codes

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    Since some schools require uniforms, the family is forced to buy the uniform. This puts the family back financially. This might force the family to live on bread and water due to the fact that they have spent all the food money on ties dressshoes and dress pants. How can uniforms change the way people act? They can not. No matter what the opposing argument may be, it can not be logically correct.

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    Are School Uniforms Good Or Bad? A safe and structured learning environment is the first requirement of a good school. Children who feel safe and secure will better learn basic American values. For some schools violence may be a minor issue. For other schools it may be a daily concern. Threats of violence can keep students away from school. To make schools, safer everyone can and must help stop the violence that goes on at school. By everyone helping we can help solve the problem. I believe school

  • Dress Code Essay

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    Dress code is a set of rules what one can or cannot wear. Most everyone has encountered some sort of dress code whether it was in school, the office or even a restaurant. Dress code in schools was established in 1969 by U.S Supreme Court. This case was Tinker vs. Des Moines Independent School District and involved several high school students that planned protest against the Vietnam War. The court made the decision that schools can enforce dress and can limit student expression. Now most school boards

  • Dress Codes And Discrimination

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    Dress Codes: Promoting Education or Discrimination? Canady v. Bossier Parish School Board states, “While maintenance or order and promotion of acceptable standards of classroom conduct are synonymous with ensuring an adequate education system, school officials are not given free reign to abridge students’ constitutional rights” (Johnson 2017). In modern society, many issues are brought to a new light using social media, one being dress codes in schools. However, this is not a new issue, nor is it

  • Dress Code Dilemma

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    Dress Code Dilemma Dear Dr. Pettigrew, Imagine this situation: I walk into my third period class and my teacher says to me, “Joell I think your skirt is too short. You need to get it checked by the office.” I do not understand why my first or second period teacher said nothing to me about my skirt. However, I go to the office, and wait for the principal or vice principal to measure my skirt. Forty-five minutes pass and it is time for my fourth period class. Finally, the principal steps