A high school senior once said, "We were made to be different; we were not made to be uniform” (Kizis). In this quote, the opinions of many students about school dress codes is represented in one sentence. School dress codes were created by schools in order to keep students focused on their education instead of things like gang violence, girls, political opinions, etc. Based off of studies conducted by Sam Houston State University, there is no significant impact on learning because of dress codes
For many years the topic of school uniforms have been tossed around over and over with what seems like no clear answer to the question. Are school uniforms necessary? Are student rights being denied? Do uniforms really impact student daily school lives? School uniforms should not be enforced because, they are unnecessary deny the rights of students’ freedom of expression, and have little to no effect on the lives of the students. School uniforms prevent students from participating in gang related
reports, psychological tests and historical documents in order to attain a complete picture of a person’s state. Brief history • This method can be dated as far back as 2200 BC when the Chinese emperor used it to determine an individual’s fitness for public office. • In the late 18th and 19th century, civil service tests were introduced in Europe.