Kids who wear uniforms don't have to worry about what people think about their outfit and they can focus more on their studies and schoolwork. Second, mandating uniforms in public schools will save everyone time in the mornings. Mornings are already rough, and having to pick out an outfit and to make sure everything matches, it can get pretty stressful. If everyone is like me, I have tons of clothes, but I can never find anything to wear. When wearing school uniforms, there’s no worry in the morning.
Generally schools require students to wear uniforms for the desire to increase the students’ academic levels. Many critics rebuttal that uniforms “infringe on student’s First Amendment right of free expression” (Kelly). Although the use of uniforms might take away some of a student’s freedom of picking what new outfit to wear every morning, to exercise the use of uniforms in a school environment gives the students more time to focus on their homework after school rather than
Our teachers were very old and wise so they knew that this wouldn’t just be a learning experience for the 8th graders but also the 1st. They learned that civil literacy meant that they not only needed to worry about themselves but helping someone else out. I went through this stage as an 8th grader and was one of the best experiences of my life. I was able to socialize, have fun, go on field trips and other fun activities with my very own 1st grader. The thing is this doesn’t go on in every other grade school; those other kids that don’t get this option are stuck.
It wouldn’t be like they’re missing anything socially since everyone will be there. There wouldn’t be any reason to be worried about missing anything. The extended year provides time for students who have missed too much school or have fallen behind for any reason to catch up with their learning. (Barber). Some students may have medical conditions which prevent them from coming to school every day like any other student would.
I know we can be overwhelmed by numbers but there should be away to reach students on the levels they are and teach them to the levels were we want them to be. Until each student has been assessed and helped, I do not think we are attacking the problems in the urban environment. This will take many hands and resources but until we support the whole student the outcomes will remain. A child is not measured in my
MaCoHigh Instructor McCauley ENC 1101 February 27, 2012 Should Uniforms Be Worn In Public Schools? Many parents argue about whether or not uniforms is a good fit for their children to wear to a public school. Uniforms are a good fit for a public school just as we as it is for a private school. If kids were enforced to wear uniforms to school it could solve a lot of issues: Kids won't be picking at other kids because of their clothes, staffs do not have to worry about whether or not the student outfit is inappropriate or not, and students could help promote themselves for future workplaces. Often students are being picked on at school because of the clothing that they are wearing.
Districts often stagger the start times of different schools in order to reduce transportation costs by using fewer buses. But if beginning the school day early in the morning has a negative impact on academic performance, staggering start times may not be worth the cost savings, as said by, Dr. Finley Green. I say that the school time is great the way it is. My reasons are that I’d rather be home an hour earlier to get rest and have time to finish any school or house chores or watch my little sister, and my last reason is because I want to have time to have fun with my friends when I am finished with my priorities. I think school should not start early and stay the way it is because, as soon as I get out of school, I need to go straight home and finish my homework while helping my little sister with hers.
Because they have their own business in school or after-school, they reject to stop their extracurricular instead to do more homework. So how to influence them to change their mind? In other word, how to let their performance same as the “A” students. Probably a lot of parents would say “No!”. Of course they can, the “C” students have same ability as the “A” students.
* Schools are more cost-effective per student by the efficient use of the facility, textbooks, and supplies. * Many students and teachers report that more frequent breaks allow them to return to school more refreshed and with greater energy and improved morale. * Some school districts report vandalism, discipline referrals and absenteeism for students, as well as teachers, has been reduced because of the year-round schedule. * How does a year round school work? * Students in a year-round school are divided into multiple tracks with each track having a different starting and ending date.
So I would lie to my parents saying that I am done with work. I also used to do my homework late at night or at school the day it's do like other students. Other times I would have nothing to do for homework so I would say that I'll get tomorrows done today one day before it is due. Stupidly I wouldn't do it the next day either which meant I would get a zero or partial credit. Some days I think I have no home work and won't go on to grade portal to double check.