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Submitted by HelpMeOB1 (not verified) on Mon, 08/11/2008 - 8:23pm.
I have four children. Regardless if they have required uniforms, I must npurchase them regular clothes. So for two of those children I am purchasing regular clothes AND school uniforms amounting to around $800 EXTRA per year for both children. This is public school. Why should I be forced to spend an extra $800 for what OTHER parents deem is necessary? This has nothing to do with equality, preservation, expression or any other tree hugging hippie excuse out there being tossed around. The bottom line is the dollar. If the school system wants to impose rules for uniforms, that is fine. However if they are going to force parents to purchase two sets of clothing, the least they could do is to subsidize the cost of the clothing with a minimal allowance or credit towards the purchase of the required uniforms.
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