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Submitted by Guest461 (not verified) on Tue, 08/12/2008 - 12:51pm.
Uniforms in school will do a lot to stifle the distractions students are currently faced with. If every child dresses equally, that removes that facet and allows focus on education. There is an attempt here to keep little teenie girls from being too risque too early and to prevent the gang boys from looking too thuggie too early. This allows FOCUS on CLASSWORK not attire. Individuality and creativity will be derived through acedemic progress, development of artistic ability and creative writing. This may even lead to more additional skills being developed such as science, mathematics, literature, proper grammar usage in speech and writing...you know educational things that have nothing to do with "wifebeater" t-shirts, rappers, T'land boots and such. I still have to resist the urge to yank those 5XXX jeans down and push them over. In my observation, it is clearly obvious that some parents don't have the common sense to have their children dress appropriately for a single hour of church. Is it really appropriate for 14 yr old girls to be sporting spaghetti strap dresses, extremely short skirts with 6" spike heels, low cut blouses to a religious event? How can the parents be relied upon to do the right thing for school 5 days a week? Do they really even care?
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