Should students have to wear uniforms? No - Coggle Diagram
Should students have to wear uniforms? No
Did you know that 90% of kids that have to wear uniforms hate wearing uniforms?
Don't these schools do enough damage making all these kids think alike, now they have to make them look alike too? - George Carlin
History & Backround
Universities, primary schools and secondary schools used uniforms as a marker of class and status.
It is believed that the Christ's Hospital School in England in 1552 was the first school to use a school uniform.
From the start only private school have school uniforms.
Most kids that have to wear uniforms always complain that they are uncomfortable and stiff.
Uniforms do not improve academics, behavioral issues, or social skills.
Argument #2: School uniforms restrict students’ freedom of expression.
Many students who are against school uniforms argue that they lose their self-identity when they lose their right to express themselves through fashion.
Kids and teens use they way they dress to express themselves and to identify with certain social groups.
Kids and teens use the way they dress to express themselves.
Argument #3: The Comfort Factor.
Some kids are very sensitive to the material that they wear.
A lot of girls don't like wear dresses or skirts and a lot of school require girls to wear dresses and skits and the schools that do allow girls to wear pants the pants are very masculine and built for a man to wear.
A lot of uniforms are made of stiff and uncomfortable to wear throughout the day.
Argument #1: School uniforms are expensive
Not all rich families go to private schools just some kids don't firtin, in private school so they pay all there money to intuition and uniforms.
Keeping a child in school uniforms may be more expensive for parents and guardians than buying regular clothes would be.
A lot of parents want there kids to have good education so they pay for the uniforms for the private school but most parents think they are way overpriced.
School should be a place where you can wear something that is comfortable, colorful and can express who you are, and inexpensive, not something that is stiff and uncomfortable to wear on a daily basis.