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No School Uniforms in Savannah Georgia

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No School Uniforms In Savannah, Georgia There are many reasons why school uniforms shouldn't be required in schools. They keep students from expressing their individuality freely. They require parents/students to buy another set of clothes that wont be worn anywhere except for school, which can be expensive. Uniforms aren't necessary in a school setting, because clothes don't distract students from their studies, and the dress code makes sure of that. Students don't dress disrespectfully for the most part anyways, and uniforms make everything too formal. Everyone has heard that we should enjoy our youth, because once it's gone, we can't have it back. If we walk around looking like we're headed to a job interview, how can we enjoy school at all People say that uniforms will decrease bullying. Honestly, this isn't true, because clothes aren't the only things for people to make fun of, and other soloutions need to be found for that problem. Taking away our freedom to dress ourselves won't do anything but agitate students even more.

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