This is an everlasting debate that whether school uniforms should be worn or casual clothing is as good. And like most of the popular debate in the world it has no concrete answer, it totally depends on a person’s beliefs actually. For some it is a benefit for others a disadvantage. I believe public schools should require students to wear uniforms. First wearing school uniforms promotes good discipline. Second it reduces distractions.
Thirdly it is a far less expensive to buy school uniforms than many other clothes. First off school uniforms should be required because they promote good discipline. As well as school uniforms would reduce arguments over fashionable clothing. I have realized that children invariably tease those who do not have trendy clothes. As well as those who can’t afford name brand clothes are often sensitive about their clothing. Schools who have struggled with gang problems report that school uniforms help ease tensions.
Which are the basic reason Indian schools do not allow normal clothes in or on school premises, because of the fact that it will avoid forming “gangs” Schools in India believe that uniforms help in controlling violence and instigate a sense of pride among the students, barring the barriers of socioeconomic groups. One argument is that children today are lacking in self-discipline because parents refuse to discipline them. This makes it more difficult on the teacher who have to deal with classes of 25-30 students at a time or more so. Secondly school uniforms should be a requirement is because it reduces distractions from learning.
Many parents believe that students wearing school uniforms look nicer and that a school uniform policy ensures that children will come to school in appropriate clothing, avoiding distractions such as fads considered to be outlandish or overly revealing. Some students have turned school into an unending fashion show. This distracts from learning, as some kids spend more time focused on their clothes than on homework. School uniforms stress that individuality and self-expression are not determined by designer clothing or the latest fashion fad.
Therefore school uniforms would promote proper learning because students will not be distracted by who is dressed better and so on. Finally school uniforms should be a requirement because they cost far less than many other clothes. School uniforms are a bargain. They are becoming far less expensive than many other clothes. Schools argue that school uniforms are economical, especially compared to designer clothing, and parents agree given school uniform durability. They say school uniforms last longer because they are made for repeated wash and wear.
Parents can get used school uniforms at discount prices, or just use them as hand-me-downs between siblings. When school districts begin to discuss the idea of school uniforms, parents tend to automatically view standardized clothing as an added expense to their normal back-to-school budget. While families certainly can choose to purchase the same number of non-dress code items for their children, most opt to scale back the purchases of fashion items for their children and instead create a wardrobe of both school uniform and non-school items.
Most parents responded that they spent $48 on pants for their children and that $30 was a “reasonable” price for a T-shirt. Using those figures, the average American family is encountering a figure approaching, and in some cases surpassing, $300 per child for back-to-school clothing. Contrast that figure with the cost of a year’s worth of school uniforms. The cost of a year’s worth (Five tops and five bottoms) of school uniform or standardized dress code clothing is $150. Some parents even have to brake up buying there children’s back to school clothes or even make them were the same clothes as last year due to cost and lack of money.
One could reasonably say that we spend far too much money on clothing. School uniforms reduce that amount of money spent. Thus in conclusion due school uniforms should be a requirement. Because it promotes good discipline, reducing fights and disputes. It reduces fashion distractions. And it is far less expensive to buy school uniforms. Parents would be able to buy more important items for students due to the low cost of school uniforms, than buying designer clothing. This is obviously the most logical choice.