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424 words, approx. 2 pages
School Uniforms School uniforms are definitely the way to go in our day and age. Every child stands to benefit from wearing a uniform to school. Imagine your child arriving to school on time each day... Read more
2,100 words, approx. 8 pages
The issue of uniforms becoming mandatory in public schools is an outrage. Not only does it infringe on the rights of students to express themselves, but it is unconstitutional. The first amendment sta... Read more
497 words, approx. 2 pages
There have been many debates on students wearing school uniforms. Kindergarten through twelfth grade students should wear school uniforms as well as the faculty and administration. Mandating school ... Read more
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Why should the school control what the students wear? They shouldn't! Brea Junior High shouldn't require the students to wear uniforms. Most students at Brea Junior High are mature enough to make th... Read more
733 words, approx. 3 pages
"People will learn to evaluate themselves by what they are on the inside, instead of what they're wearing on the outside, then our public schools should be able to require students to wear school unif... Read more
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Uniforms are worn by policemen, firemen and athletic teams as a show of unity and strength of the group. To me, it is bizarre that more schools do not require students to wear school uniforms. Count... Read more
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"It's 100 degrees outside and while everyone at other schools where shorts, students at West Campus High are refined to wearing pants." Schools today have many rules, one of them being the dress code... Read more
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I feel that it is a good thing that we have uniforms to wear. They look nice on students and keep them in line. There are three major reasons why I feel that students should wear uniforms; the un... Read more
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To Have Uniforms or Not Are you tired of having to put up with your kids, spending time and money shopping for their clothes? Well then, it might be a good idea to enforce the uniform dress code. Us... Read more
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There are many schools in the U.S. that require their students to wear uniforms, and there're also some that don't. I believe that school uniforms should not be required for a few reasons. Uniforms ta... Read more
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I Am against the idea of wearing school uniforms. Students should be able to wear what they like and feel comfortable in. Most kids disagree with wearing school uniforms because kids want to wear th... Read more
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School uniforms are mostly known to be in expensive, private schools. And the idea of bringing uniforms to a public school brings shivers down some student's minds everywhere. But why is that? U... Read more
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Why Have A New Uniform Policy" Jocelyn Alvizo Throughout most of the years there has been schooling, many uniform programs have decided to permit students to wear their own style of clothes. Howeve... Read more
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It is very appalling to see that the Education Department isn't making an effort in enforcing uniforms to be compulsory in all schools throughout Australia. The Government should also be involved in t... Read more
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Ensuing President Bill Clinton's State of the Union address in January of 1996, more and more public schools are implementing dress codes and uniform policies in their schools. As a result, there has ... Read more