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School uniforms. Good idea or bad and why?


 

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    Peggy Woods (Peggy W) 5 years ago

    I agree with you. It would cut down on at least one thing that kids can use as a tool to pick on or bully other kids whose parents may not have the resources to outfit them in the latest and greatest of styles.

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    Peggy Woods (Peggy W) 4 years ago

    I tend to agree with you. It is easier for child and parent alike as well as saving money for the parents.

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    Peggy Woods (Peggy W) 5 years ago

    I think that it actually makes it much easier for the students. No last minute quandries of what to wear in the mornings. As long as it is neat and clean...presto! Decision made!

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    Peggy Woods (Peggy W) 5 years ago

    I never had to wear a uniform when I was attending school many years ago, but I can understand the benefits to both parents and kids. It would be less expensive for the parents (long term) and make dressing decisions a no brainer for the kids.

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