Students already have so many things taken away from them during school hours, individuality and confidence shouldn’t have to be hidden by uniforms.
Having a few dress code guidelines is quite an easy fix to these issues.
One year after Sparks Middle School in Nevada instituted a uniform policy, school police data showed a 63% drop in police log reports, and decreases were also noted in gang activity, student fights, graffiti, property damage, and battery.
make it easier to keep track of students on field trips, and make intruders on campus more visible.
How is telling us exactly what to wear teaching us responsibility.
We should be able to know how we can and cannot dress without having the privilege completely taken away.
I believe that students should not have to wear uniforms. Confidence is much harder to achieve while wearing a uniform. Some schools say uniforms make us united as a school, but I don’t think they do anything but bother students.
Simple rules instead of a uniform could easily be put in place.
Research by the Schoolwear Association found that 83% of teachers thought "a good school uniform...
could prevent bullying based on appearance or economic background." Arminta Jacobson, Founder and Director of the Center for Parent Education at the University of North Texas, stated that uniforms put "all kids on the same playing field in terms of their appearance.