The Government of The United States of America has the right to make the decision on whether students should have a dress code which mandates the use of school uniforms.
The government of The United States of America has the right to make the decision on whether students should have a dress code which mandates the use of school uniforms. The debates of whether use of school uniforms should be enforced have been going on for years. There are a number of people who feel that the government making the decision on the use of school uniforms is violation of the first amendment of the civil rights which gives society the freedom of speech. This paper will prove that the government of The United States of America should have the right to enforce the use of school uniforms for many reasons. This is a very important topic, there have been many cases where this discussion has been taken into court cases.
Schools that have the use of uniforms enforced have fewer issues with what their students wear to school. School uniforms have many positive outcomes on the student's education which can also include their safety.
The government should be able to mandate the use of school uniforms due to the fact it improves the safety of the students. During the mid 90's in Chicago Illinois, there was a case where the school had to enforce school uniforms. A student had worn a pair of air Jordan sneakers which had the colors which represented a gang of the neighborhood. The following week the school banned him from wearing the sneakers to school and enforced the 1000 students of the school to wear burgundy and gray uniforms to school. As shown in a quote from Gary Marx, which is the senior associate...