The First Amendment prohibits of making any law against the freedom of the people. Across the United States there is an increasing amount of support in favor of School Uniforms. I have interview some parents that most of them think that uniforms are better, than street clothes, a lot of their children feels out of place if the go to school wearing street clothes, I have taken it upon myself to. Wearing them can get distracting during the day. Uniforms do not suppress individuality, they enhance it Uniforms add measures of safety in identical dress. How kids study is how they get good grades. Confidence is much harder to achieve while wearing a uniform.
Self-esteem is a major issue for all school-age children. New York City has adopted a mandatory school uniform policy in the Fall of 1999 for all K-8 and middle schools. And the fact that it puts it on some is worth thinking about. After two month I was tired of my life without the uniform, because I have to wake up early to prepare myself. Uniform stops you in bad things! Do not think we are alone in our dilemma. We live in a materialistic world where people are always looking to judge individuals on the clothes he or she is wearing. But by having them wear uniforms and enforcing it you are showing them that that's not the case.
Students concentrate more on their studies rather thanworrying about what they are wearing. They might all wear uniforms differently. Our courts have maintained that when a child's safety is at issue, the freedom of expression becomes a secondary consideration. We plead that there is definitely another reaction—besides complete acquiescence—to the uniform question. Throwing objects dropped by 68%. You produce a mass effect, a common generation with that uniform, is what you do. Non-mothers would be surprised at the amount of exchange that goes on, particularly among large families, of usable but outgrown clothing.
Today's youth need to learn that when channeled correctly, their individual flair can bloom within. Many schools require students to purchase everyday uniforms, formal uniforms and physical education uniforms. Kids purchasing clothes adds to the growth of the economy. When students wear uniform the school develops a disciplined climate, the students feel equal in spite of the fact that some people say that student should not wear uniforms because lose important freedoms. Students do not like wearing the same thing everyday. Imagine your son or daughter coming back from school crying because they are in fashion and everyone is teasing them for wearing unfashionable clothes.
So not having a uniform allows for self expression, maybe more so a factor for adults than school kids. Uniforms take away our individuality. Creating a universal rule that applies to students across the globe might not be a good idea at all, as each country is different. Uniforms teach children that in order to get along everyone must conform to the same standards. Students have enough stress in their lives; why add more? The city's entire school system has since enacted a School Uniform Policy.
It also cuts off their creativity. Wearing uniforms should be banned. Most parents continue to purchase new outfits throughout the entire school year as the weather and fashion perceptions change. On top of that, you have other clothes that you could wear. A sense of loyalty emerges from inside, as does an extra effort to perform at the student's best. And uniforms really aren't that ugly either, as I know that's what a lot of people argue. If we had uniforms everything would be boring and the same.
To my surprise, most of them said that uniforms do not seem at all comfortable. Kids shouldnt have unifroms because many kids want to express themselves, You cant really express yourself if everyone wears the same thing. Long Beach California implemented uniforms in 1995 and these were the results tallied recently ; the overall crime rate by students dropped by 91%. Neither you, nor the coeditors you shared it with will be able to recover it again. Certainly we can understand that our sisters like uniforms.
School uniforms have been around for about 2000 years. When dressed neatly and seriously, students tend to behave seriously. What students wear reflect who they are at home, and it also reflects who their parents are, and how they raise their child. What about our pastors and mother superiors and devoted teaching sisters? School clothes are expensive, like super expensive, and you have to buy new clothes every school year. It may be hard to find. According to Great Schools, some research has found that school uniforms have no impact on a student's academic performance and do not improve a school's safety. Giving kids uniforms only means that there won't be anymore sagging, or as much skin, and it certainly doesn't mean that everyone will have to be identical.