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School Uniform Debate

  • Date Submitted: 04/25/2011 05:00 AM
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School Uniform
For a long time, schools, teachers, parents and students have disputed over the issue of regulating student cloths sp. The school uniform debate is a polarizing matter, usually with the school educators and officials on one end ww and the students on the other. Parents on the other hand are usually stuck in the middle of the crossfire, most pushing for their children to be allowed to express themselves and a minority group on the school’s end. At the end of the day (nice expression, but probably too informal for this kind of essay), there should not be any debate in the first place; it is evident that the benefits of school uniform far outweigh the benefits of not having them. Good
Benefits such as safety come into play. Parents would want their children to be in a safe and conducive environment for studying, and by having school uniforms, it would help to decrease or eliminate gang activity. Since most gangs are recognized by what they wear, school uniforms would definitely eliminate gang colors and logos, removing some of the intimidations and prevent the formation of gangs on campus (I'm not sure this is such a convincing argument in favor of school uniform). School uniforms would also help the teachers quickly identify individuals who should not be in the school, thus all these factors create the desired environment needed for school. School uniforms also takes away some of the dreaded pressures of social conformity that each and every student goes through. It levels the playing field by giving students who cannot afford the expensive apparel a way out of ww those peer pressures, ^ diminishing social and economic barriers between students. So it makes financially easier to raise a child.
While it’s true that you use this expression for contrasting two opposing arguments, but these two points are not contrasting uniform school removing the gang members from schools, it can also be argued that school uniform takes students freedom rephrase -...


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