The Debate Of School Uniforms

The idea of uniforms being mandatory in public schools has became a popular topic among

school boards as well as parents and students all over the United States. There have been

quite a few public schools who have started the enforcement of school uniforms as an

experiment. It is believed that if students were made to wear uniforms the crime and

discipline in public schools would decrease. The truth is there are no hard facts to confirm

those allegations. For that reason, uniforms should not be mandatory in the public school

systems. Some arguments against the enforcement of school uniforms are that uniforms

are just an extreme measure of the school's dress codes, whether or not school violence

would lessen if student were made to wear uniforms, and that uniforms take away a child's

The idea of school uniforms has comes from the dress code regulations of the

schools. Each school has their own rules and regulations, and in every school there are

students who break or disobey them. A school's dress code is commonly broken so the

administration is constantly having to deal with dress code problems. Uniforms would

eliminate a lot of that; however, there would be some who would wear the uniform wrong

and be right back where they started. Kids have always followed the newest fads and

trend in fashion. It is one way that they can be unique, creative, and trendy. Taking that

away from child should be a crime not wearing baggy pants or not tucking in their shirt

Uniforms in public schools is a good concept, but is just a small solution to a very

large problem. There have been many horrible occurrences in schools recently. These

incidents were serious crimes which included robberies, vandalism, rapes, stabbing,

bombings, shootings, and even cold blooded murders. These crimes were committed by

students with

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