Essay School Uniforms And Schools Uniforms

1063 Words Aug 15th, 2015 null Page
According to the article School uniforms, In the years of 2009 to 2010, approximately 19 percent of public schools, in America require uniforms and 57 percent have strict dress code (school uniform).The statistics shows how school districts are concerned with trying to find a solution to reduce distractions in the class room by controlling what a student should wear instead of focusing on providing students with an education. Administrators disrupt the learning environment when they see student wear clothing that they do not approve of. Many administers abuse their powers by sending students home if there are exposing their shoulders. Administers are allowed to take actions if the students are causing harm or a disruption in the classroom. Students should have the right to wear clothing that cover up their private area, but not forcing them from showing their shoulder, legs, an a little bit of their stomachs, because they will be expose to this outside of school.
School uniforms were first established in the 16th century in England for poor children in charity schools. In the mid-19th century, school uniforms become associated with private school then was school uniform were exposed to public school in the 1980’s.Uniforms became into existed to show value of a school’s discipline and its standards. For an example a school can excel in academic areas but if they do not have their students dress the part, then the school was not consider a good option. Judging a school by…

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