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The paper examines if uniforms have a value in the public school system. The paper questions if they are really of use in preventing school violence, or are they simply a way of keeping our students' individuality in check? This paper studies some of the purported benefits of school uniforms.The paper also examines some of the potential drawbacks to instituting a uniform policy in a school that previously had none. Finally, this paper addresses violence in schools, both with and without school uniform policies.
From the Paper:"We have all seen them. Boys dressed in blazers and neatly pressed shorts or trousers. Girls dressed in plaid jumpers or pleated skirts with white blouses. Perhaps we have stared at the children who dressed so differently than those of us at public school, wondering if it would not be boring to wear the same thing every day. Perhaps we have been one of those students wearing the uniforms, wondering what it must be like to have to decide on what to wear to school each day. No matter what we think of them, school uniforms have been a fixture in the private school system, apparently there to stay. But do uniforms have a value in the public school system? Are they really of use in preventing school violence? Or are they simply a way of keeping our students' individuality in check?"
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School Uniforms (2005, December 01) Retrieved December 02, 2022, from https://www.academon.com/research-paper/school-uniforms-84914/
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