That is all that matters. We live in a dynamic society, full of unique characters that make our world a spontaneous one. There is no self-expression at all. The reason why we students have to wear school uniforms is to bring the poor and the rich to the same level but mainly to signify unity. Teachers do not benefit from buying uniforms since they have stopped growing unlike teens which must buy clothes on a constant basis sometimes. The first and most important advantage of introducing uniforms in the school is the fact that students will have what to wear and they will avoid the ever-lasting morning dilemma.
Echoing this sentiment is a 2007 study published in the Southwest Journal of Criminal Justice. Whatever way you look at it, homogeneity is definitely boring. However, uniforms are not all-encompassing. Girls Plain navy shorts or skorts worn just below the knee T-Shirts in the colour of the House the student is in. The guidelines say traditional blazers and caps might be too expensive for some families. Students do not like wearing the same thing everyday. I've grown accustom to them.
What happens when this funding is not available anymore? The fact that uniforms are boring is a definite reason why requiring it in schools is a bad idea. You don't have to express yourself through your clothing. My uniform might not be what I would wear in my own time, but it gives me a sense of belonging, takes away the pressure of what to wear and deters the bullies. Everyone can be on the same team. No endless back and forth between child, parents and school.
In that era, most city schools required their female pupils to wear skirts, but their interpretation of the uniform rules was reasonably flexible. They thought that they can provide their kids with free education, but it turns out they have to spend some anyway. Although clothes serve as a primary basis for violence and bullying, bullies eventually find another way to show their status — that they are still better than their contemporaries. Children are no longer identified by their 'colors. Instead of having to worry about designer clothes they can study.
They do it to instill discipline as they know the importance of school uniform in learning institutions. What is the point of uniforms? However, since not all parents are equally wealthy, it is not possible for everyone to own the same trendy clothes. But if uniforms are compulsory, she will feel embarrassed. They can actually be really nice. There is no competition about being dressed in the latest trend, which would put a great deal of financial pressure on students and parents. Some items of uniform sold by schools were found to cost more than double the amount they could be bought for in the supermarket.
After all, a pupil needs to wear something that is prescribed for everybody, not something that expresses his individuality. What students wear reflect who they are at home, and it also reflects who their parents are, and how they raise their child. Opponents: In pursuit of a classless society, authorities will have to curb everything that promotes individuality. Students have different weights, body types and heights. However, your transition towards adulthood can be hindered with uniforms. They can expect to be ridiculed for not looking as fantastic in their uniforms as some of the better-looking students.
Because of the limitless profits that go with uniforms, it comes as no surprise why more and more corporations are lobbying for the requirement of these homogenized outfits. They keep students from expressing who they are through the way they dress, but are forced to wear what everyone else is wearing, causing lack of self-esteem and pride procon. And yet another benefit could be financial. Potential bullies have one less target for their insults; it's hard to make fun of what someone is wearing when you're dressed exactly the same. If all the students, faculty, and instructors are dressed in a very similar manner, intruders would be so much easier to identify. I'm in high school and some of the clothes the girls wear are very inappropriate and immodest. School uniforms cause student violence to increase in school where uniforms are mandatory.
School is one of the biggest social area in a childs lifes. After all, you do not have a choice because the others have already made it for you. Nobody wants any item of clothing that the other is wearing; all are equally undesirable, so thieving and general adolescent covetousness are reduced. This is a ridiculous idea and should not be considered for the future. We asked you what you thought and loads of you got in touch! They will use expensive smartphones, pens and notebooks, and they will spend more money during school breaks. By giving them uniforms you are giving them opportunities to express themselves and their individuality in other ways. There are many differences between manager and leaders which includes: Leadership inspires change in education, managers manages transformation in education A leader must set.
I think uniforms can be nice too. With a strategically chosen uniform, body type disappears. Looking back through the pages of the Derby Telegraph, it is clear this is nothing new. We as leaders, parents, teachers, and the board of education should already know what have been going on with most of our students, as far back as we can, or care to remember, we have seen drastic changes among students and stood there and let these situation go on, and now it has gone from bad to worse, the fact is we are putting on blinders and expecting it to go away and parents is paying less attention to the children and not monitoring how they are dress before the leave their homes. I think it's worth the money parents spend to buy uniforms. Like comeon I think that we should have a chance let the kids speck it's not far , and like our parents said share,give, and always give chances so at least let the teachers feel what we have to feel for pay Back and maybe they will let the kids wear normal clothes.