What are your thoughts on allowing school students to wear clothes which they feel comfortable...
in regardless of the current social values?
Like my parents were, I'm strict with school atmosphere and protocol. When I was in school, the educational climate was a lot more focused and what students wore didn't pose a problem. Today in most cities that's not the case. Students are harassed - not just by their peers but by gangs if they were a certain color or style. And the fashions that parents allow their students to wear to school or that students sneak to school in are not conducive to an educational climate. Uniforms are better in my opinion. They're neutral and put the focus in school where it should be: on learning.
by Research Analyst8 years ago
How to Wear Clothes to Make you Look Slimmer
by muhammad abdullah javed3 years ago
Do you have any dress code?People are very particular about their dress, they don't compromise with it at any situation, is it ok or need to be corrected?
by Anthea Kwaw6 years ago
Why do women wear clothes with plunging necklines if they do not want to draw eyes to their breasts?
by Yves21 months ago
Public school students to use bathrooms AND locker rooms consistent with their gender identity.......in a letter just sent out by Obama, which threatens loss of funding or lawsuits if Public School Administrators don't...
by lupine4 years ago
What do you think about Middle School students being issued an ipad, instead of books?Students in the local school district, middle school, have all been issued an ipad this year (2013), instead of the traditional...
by TMMason5 years ago
But hey there is no agenda in the Schools to normalize this behaviour and force it into society. No... none at all.---That’s right. Books on gay orgies and lesbian sex as required reading for students. Fox Nation...
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