Uniforms, this argument goes, add to a sense of disciplined learning in school.
Another argument made against uniforms is that they limit students’ self-expression.
Teenagers in particular are famous for needing to express their emotions and their tastes in music, fashion and art through clothing, hair and piercings.
The idea of school uniforms seems like an antiquated concept for many North Americans.
Unless a child attends private school, it is not normally practiced by children and families.