Against School Uniforms in CAS
For the past 40 years, Casablanca American School has always separated itself from the other American schools in Casablanca by allowing their students to celebrate their individuality. Instead of forcing students to look the same, they should be encouraged to embrace their differences. There are obviously more reasons students should not be forced to wear uniforms-- they cost more, and they teach kids that everyone must look the same to get along. Moreover, it has been proven based on several studies made by University of Notredame, Virginia Tech, and University of Durham that uniforms have no relationship to discipline or attendance rates. With that in mind, what's the reason for having students wear them?