School Uniforms

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    What are you thoughts on students required to wear uniforms, in either a public or private school.

    Is it taking away their "rights" to express themselves, or should it be a standard requirement for all students until they graduate from high school?
     
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    The parents have a right to sign off on it in private school, but it should not be a standard requirement in public school.
     
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    School uniforms are some of the most sexually provocative outfits ... juz sayin. :eusa_whistle:
     
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    I thought you were supposedly asexual? :popcorn:
     
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    I am, notice the emoticon. ;)
     
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    mandatory school uniforms are taking away the "rights" of students to express themselves.


    which in most cases is a good thing.:eek:
     
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    They can express themselves with cheap socks.
     
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    The reality is that it's a bad idea. It doesn't change much more than make the students less creative, less expressive, and more against their teachers. My highschool tried that back when I was there, we told them plain and simple, only if they want us all to stop going.
     
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    The perv in me says yes but the rebel in me says no.
     
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    The odd thing, it took two years after my highschool mentioned it before students treated the teachers well again. It was like two years of complete anarchy ... fun times though.
     

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