School uniforms have been debates since the beguinning of public education. Some children and parents feel that school uniforms stifle a child's creativity. Uniformity does not necessarily eliminate individuality (Forbes, 1994.). The truth is that wearing uniforms does not put a burden on an individual's self-expression. By researching and studying both sides of the debate one can only believe that school uniforms can actually eliminate many of the problems faced by students everyday.
The idea that
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