Not Wanting To Wear Uniforms
Have Confidence In Yourself
Uncomfortable With School Uniforms
Wanting to Wear Vs Not wanting to Wear
Wanting to wear school uniforms: As more public schools require school uniforms, the debate about them continues without a clear resolution. Fans of school uniforms believe they reduce bullying, contribute to better school attendance and allow children to focus on learning rather than on their clothes. Some experts, however, disagree, believing that it is important for children and teenagers to be able to express themselves through their fashion choices. In addition, they feel that requiring school uniforms not only places an undue financial requirement on some families but also holds up to ridicule those students who do not fit well in the uniforms.
Not wanting to wear: Beauty standards are stressful. Imagine trying to keep up while wearing an ugly uniform. Uniforms aim to give everybody a homogenous look, right? Instead of improving a student’s self-image because we looks just like the others, it actually does the opposite. Students have different weights, body types and heights. Whenever one looks at them-self in the mirror, we depreciates our self-image because we feels like we don't look our best. If you thought that requiring all students to wear uniforms can lessen the chances of bullying, you are dead wrong! In fact, it can actually increase the incidence of bullying, especially in school districts where violence rates are soaring.