Monday, July 7th 2014
Uniforms Lead to Success
Students wearing school uniforms is the same as an adult putting on a suit to go to work. Dressing in a certain way for a certain job gets one prepared for the day's tasks. Whether or not school uniform should be implemented into schools is a very controversial and much debated upon topic. School uniforms have been around just as long as school systems themselves. Furthermore, they play quite a big role in education than most people imagine. In many ways, uniforms are a necessary part of a good school environment as they help build a sense of community, school spirit, and good will amongst students. Uniforms should be enforced in school because they promote learning by helping students stay focused in school, help minimize bullying, and allow for more time in a busy student's life. (< THIS WOULD BE YOUR THESIS, HAS ALL THREE ARGUMENTS) Moreover, uniforms provide less of a distraction than casual clothes.
With uniforms, there is almost no controversy over who has the latest and most up-to-date clothes in school. This makes the students take a more serious interest in the work they do at school and helps them understand the real world. Thus, this reveals all the positive effects of having uniforms apart of a school. (< I DON'T THINK YOU REALLY NEED THIS, you could add some of it before the thesis)
In today's society, students are concerned about their visual appearance more than their education. Buying a school uniform allows a year supply of school clothing. Name-brand clothing, on the other hand, only distract the kids from their studies. For instance, designer brands, such as, Louis Vuitton and Juicy Couture, distracts students from their schoolwork by focusing their attention on...