For years, there have been hundreds of debates about whether students should wear uniforms or not. I'm currently studying at a school which uses uniform. This depends crucially from the way each child has been raised by their parents and closest environment and what manners they have adopt from an even earlier age pre-school age. Students who do not want to wear uniforms will give many While wearing uniforms, students have to obey and follow the rules, so they will learn how to respect others. All scores are updated in real-time.
It's looks really beautiful when all the students are wearing uniform. I am sure that it is useful for them in many ways. It takes away children's privileges to express themselves and who they want to be through their clothing. As soon as he started first grade, he noticed a big change; a new dress code which makes him wear the same color of outfit as his classmates, a uniform. By dictating on them when it comes to the clothes they wear, they can be resentful about it.
I live in Southern Africa and it is vety common here for children to be denied access to school because their parents are not able to afford the uniform. Secondly, wearing a school uniform can prevent mental comparisons between students. In general, I think uniforms are not such a bad choice during school years and I see them as a nice way of showing a member of a big school team in a friendly environment. Teenagers belong in the age group where peer pressure exists and students are more conscious of how they look, from the hair to their shoes. Due to lack of time, further arguments will come in round 3. Out of all the arguments for school uniforms I believe this is the greatest one since its motive is to keep our children safe.
State clearly that high schools should build up a solid environment that will encourage teens and motivate them to develop self-confidence. If everyone has to wear the same clothes to school, this problem is removed. Therefore, it is reasonable to argue that if school children were allowed to pick their own clothes, then they would learn better because they feel more comfortable. Also, school uniforms are just a Band-Aid on the school violance. Most of the time, I think kids in this country are very spoiled and very selfish too. Uniforms also inculcate pride in a student, as each student identifies with the others and the school hence each of them feels proud to be associated with their institution.
It is very important to save these resources for the generations to come. Secondly, school uniforms create an equal environment. The latest trend in bullying is cyberbullying. Although, wearing a school uniform is a better choice for students, a uniform can represent the identification of students, the respect to the school and also the respect of being a student. Cliques will still be formed and students will find ways such as weight, complexion, financial status to pass judgment upon their peers. School uniforms may act as a leveler between students from different socioeconomic backgrounds, ranging from rich to poor. School uniforms create equality as they remove competition between students of higher and lower socioeconomic groups.
If so, do you think it helped its pupils become better students? In the case of badly designed it depends on the designer making it for you,and uniforms are made in large quantities because it is known that there are many learners,even though it's the approximate, if there's shortage more uniforms can be produced. School is a time when students are just working out who they are -- it is unfair and unwise to stop students from expressing who they are at this vital stage by stifling their options in their choice of clothing. Even those school uniforms that are particularly bad can create a sense of common suffering among students. I love my school so I always wear school uniform to go to school. In my opinion, The schools that no students wear uniform is ugly and the schools that every students wear uniform look much more beautiful. Like if their was a bad earthquake, fire, tornado, or terrorist attack and some people got killed or stuck in the rubble and the parents would then leave their work because they really care about their children.
But if everyone is wearing the same thing, then wouldn't it be easier to compare people? They need to be in a comfort conditional to think well. But look at the school that no students wear uniform! If you don't allow them to be who they are, how will they ever learn to just stand out and show their true colors? In Fort Lauderdale, a 15-year old student was robbed of his jewelry. While if I was going to public school I would be a little more worried about what I'm wearing, which I'm going to elaborate on some. One particular type of group that uniforms are necessary for are students. People like nurses, soldiers, shop assistants, the police and railway staff wear uniform as part of their job.
Wearing a school uniform also teaches students respect for authority because it's something they do because they are told to and because it distinguishes them from the teachers -- those whose authority they are under. The take away students ability to express themselves through their clothes and how do they reduce bullying at all? I think that personally, I have nothing against school uniforms. So I think these factors play a more important role than the uniform itself. Once you vote, the icon will become grayed out and the argument's score will change. School uniforms have given society a positive outlook, by reducing disciplinary problems and increasing school safety. Note: My opponent stated that there were studies that were preformed, that indicated that school uniforms have no direct impact upon academic standings; I would not mind seeing these studies, in the next round.