School Uniforms' Detrimental Effects Argumentative Essay

School Uniforms' Detrimental Effects
An argumentative paper concerning school uniforms and their negative effects on students' behavior.
# 2213 | 2,860 words | 10 sources | 2001 | US
Published on Oct 04, 2001 in Psychology (Child and Adolescent) , English (Argument) , Education (Social Issues)

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An opinionated paper concerning the negative effect of school uniforms on students? behavior. This paper includes a lot of research and statistics; as well as quotes from students, administrators and government officials concerning the effects of uniforms on the school atmosphere.

From the Paper:

"Think of a classroomwhere all of the students have their hands neatly placed in their laps, backs straight, and every eye is on the teacher. This is the picture that some people are trying to paint. But can this picture become a reality? Opposers like the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) say, "Dealing with violence by banning certain colors or sneakers is like dealing with car theft by banning cars." Both are very good points, but, as a student, I stand by my rights in believing that making students wear uniforms is wrong. Uniforms are not beneficial to students, schools, or the public."

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