School Uniform Argument

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Introduction There has been controversy of the school uniform for quite some time now. Countries have adopted the regulations and in America there are public school systems that do not enforce it. It is in these schools that we see a trend of delinquency that the private sector does not, and the reason for the difference is said to be the school uniform. In lieu of this I am stating that all schools should enforce the school uniform policy so as to relieve these stresses. Through my argument I will state simple facts, and provide the only counter arguments that can exist toward them. With the information, and debate that will be expressed I believe that my argument will remain the better. Body "Just slapping clothes on kids won't improve a school, but uniforms accompanied by other reforms can make a difference. Uniforms send a message and remind students that they are in school. One element of the message is that when you are going to school, that is your place of work. That is the place where you are working at getting smart." Joe Palumbo In my first argument I will state that the uniform removes any sort of competition between the students in the manner of clothing. One of the biggest problems that students in public schools face is that school is a place to learn and grow as a person, not show off. When students feel the need to inadvertently express themselves with what they were, it begins to separate them in more ways than one. All of the sudden a trend is set and students must meet it, or be the one to set a new trend. In today’s day and age, this results in a huge expense issue because parents are ultimately the ones who will supply the kids with clothes. I also argue that the truancy rate of a student will also be affected since they are compelled to choose newer, better outfits the morning of school rather than a simple uniform. The only way to rectify

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