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Uniforms The idea of a required uniform code in public schools is an actively controversial issue. There is no evidence that there is any association between a mandatory school uniform code and a student’s improvement. It is unfair to decide for a student what his or her attire should be. Uniforms for an average private school boy can vary from dress slacks, a buttoned up shirt and tie to khakis and a blue polo. Uniforms can even include jackets and such, which are sometimes acceptable by the school code. Being a private school student once myself, I can understand how uniforms can be nothing to worry about. Uniforms could actually make school easier by not stressing out a student over what to wear every morning. It might also make you feel like you’re in a place you belong and might also give you a sense purpose. It could show that you are proud of your school you are united with other classmates. However, I have come to realize that it took away from my originality. Uniforms should not be worn because you lose a
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