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Should Uniforms Be Mandatory For All Students?. Taletta Coates. Pros. One of the benefits of students wearing uniforms is it reduces peer pressure (competition). Uniforms can be worn to increase school pride.

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Pros
  • One of the benefits of students wearing uniforms is it reduces peer pressure (competition).
  • Uniforms can be worn to increase school pride.
  • Having a uniform policy enforced will gear focus more to learning.
  • Uniforms will help assist the administrative staff with the discipline program.
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Pros
  • Having a uniform requirements helps to create a more work –like atmosphere.
  • Uniforms will promote unity and equality amongst students.
  • The structure and requirement to wear uniforms will help prepare students for corporate work structure and discipline as well as uniforms or attire.
  • If students are wearing uniforms, it could curb any possible problems that could arise from gang situations that may stem from students wearing certain colors.
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Cons
  • Uniforms may restrict students from the ability to

exercise their constitutional right of freedom of

expression.

  • Wearing uniforms inhibits individuality.
  • Wearing uniforms doesn’t provide accommodations for religious beliefs and/or attire.
  • If students are all in the same uniform, teachers and/or administrators may have difficulty identifying a student who is misbehaving in a large setting.
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Cons
  • Parents/ guardians will have to increase time spent cleaning uniforms because they may not purchase a lot of uniform shirts, skirts, and or other garments. Therefore, they will have to wash the uniforms more frequently.
  • Student may resort to extreme alternatives in accessories because they feel as though they have no sense of personal identity or individuality.
  • Students who may have to have their clothes tailored may experience discomfort in the fit of the uniforms.
  • Uniforms are an extra expense for parents/guardians.
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Felch III, Raymond F. “School Uniforms: Prevention or Suppression?” Retrieved November 30, 2009, from website: http://www.gate.net/

… March 20, 2007. Should Students Have To Wear Uniforms. Retrieved November 30, 2009, from website: http://www.buzzle.com/articles/should-students-have-to-wear-school-uniforms.htm

Sirpis. April 7, 2005. Should Students Have to Wear School Uniforms? Retrieved November 30, 2009, from website: http://ezinearticles.com

Thomas, Deborah J. July 30, 2008. Should School Children Wear Uniforms? Retrieved November 30, 2009, from website: http://www.keepschoolssafe.org

US Department of Education. February 29, 1996. School Uniforms: Where They Are and Why They Work. Retrieved November 30, 2009, from website: http://www.ed.gov/updates/uniforms.htm