As media savvy individuals they are suspicious of attempts by some schools to use uniform as part of their corporate identity and brand. This could be a money saver. Giving kids a choice to express themselves not only acknowledges their individuality but creates the possibility for a relationship of mutual respect. As soon as they become teenagers, it becomes a subject for debate. If they had a choice, a majority if not all of the teenagers would opt out of wearing the uniform. Instead of feeling alienated or disconnected, students enjoy the sense of belonging that school uniforms bring.
Second, the bill would not mask income disparities, it would showcase them. School Uniforms are so boring They should be banned and eliminated for good. Often teachers find calmer, more polite, more attentive students. Proponents: Uniforms make students more responsible; they act as an identification when students are traveling, and also prevents them from indulging in anti-social behavior, as they can easily be identified. In terms of personal style, uniforms are a bad idea because they are boring. Girls who wish to wear a headscarf must wear it neatly tied at all times.
But there are more problems with conformity than just the economic burden. However, serious discipline and academic issues are unlikely to be solved by nostalgically resurrecting the blazer or draconian decrees issued from the headmaster's study regarding skirt length. In any other walk of life, we wouldn't dream of telling girls that they have to wear a skirt. Kid's Bully Others Because Of What They Wear Or How They Present Themselves. The only people left who are agreeable to uniforms are children when they are young. That is actually a point of contention, as uniforms are very costly too! I can't stand it anymore. However, since not all parents are equally wealthy, it is not possible for everyone to own the same trendy clothes.
Forcing students to dress and look alike flies in the face of the diversity of thought and rugged individualism that are the bedrock of our nation and our Constitution. The primary reason as to why the society and schools emphasize on the uniforms is to create a sense of equality for the students in the learning institutions. It's like placing 10 year olds in the government and leaving them in charge of the taxes. So i think teachers shouldnt wear uniforms~Mishy. Just this past December in Oxon Hill, Maryland, a 17-year-old honor student was killed at a bus stop, caught in the crossfire during the robbery of another student's designer jacket. Mandated uniforms can serve to shift the emphasis from competition back to academic performance and personal achievement. When a student can dress the way they feel , they feel more pride in who they are in their school community procon.
In protest, the parents of 12 more girls had kept their children at home. School uniforms help to avoid this problem. I think it's worth the money parents spend to buy uniforms. So, I don't like that. As on athletic teams, uniforms are worn for immediate identification and to inspire a feeling of 'oneness. And this could be catastrophic for anyone with a less-than-perfect image of themselves. Consumers — sadly, the low-income ones — suffer a lot because of these commercial interests.
Which you can see — even if you failed maths — is not very much. Not all students are privileged and come from wealthy families. Nevertheless, the mandatory school uniform will bring better changes to the educating process because it makes the schools safer and students more united, and it should become an essential part of the education system in Kazakhstan, even though some say that it destroys the individuality of students. In terms of personal development, uniforms promote conformity rather than individuality. So what do uniforms do other than show how much power adminstrators have in our students and what they can and can't wear.
Instead of having to worry about designer clothes they can study. In that era, most city schools required their female pupils to wear skirts, but their interpretation of the uniform rules was reasonably flexible. Sadly, the spending does not stop there. Keith Metcalfe But boys at Harrow do not wear uniform simply for the sake of tradition, to feel they belong, or even to prepare them mentally to study. So why is it acceptable to inflict it on them at school? If we want them to take responsibility for their behavior, then we have to give them responsibilities.
It will cause bullying and which child wants to wake up every morning looking for a new set of clothes to wear, because I don't. Uniforms fuel commercial interests, and they are detrimental to adult development. But the truth is, wearing of uniforms should all depend on the circumstances and the image a given school is trying to portray. So yes, schools uniforms should at least be considered in high school. So I guess you can say that, I'm pro-school uniforms. Short skirts can sometimes be too short, that a gust of wind can easily expose your underpants.