Published December 28, 2005
by Rowman & Littlefield Education .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||250|
The Challenges of Mandating School Uniforms in Public Schools. This book was written by Todd A. Demitchell and Richard Fossey. It focuses on student's rights, general school policies and recent research on the supposed benefits of school uniforms. Although it covers both the pros and the cons of the uniform policy issue, the authors lean more Author: Gabrielle Applebury. The Challenges of Mandating School Uniforms in the Public Schools: Free Speech, Research, and Policy explores the policy rationale, the constitutional rights of students, and the research on the impact of school uniforms. Educators, parents, and policymakers will find this book and its companion, Student Dress Codes and the First Amendment Price: $ The debate over whether or not to uniform the students in our public schools (like public schooling itself) is highly controversial, undeniably complex, and, from the analyses and arguments to be presented in this book, unquestionably rooted deeply in correspondingly multifaceted social, political, legal, cultural, racial, material, and Cited by: 6. Uniforms in Public Schools book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Contrary to some of the nation's most prominent newspapers, pol /5(3).
In the school year that ended in , % of US public schools required students to wear uniforms, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. That’s up from % in Author: Marc Bain. Studying Public Elementary School Uniform Policies With Small Samples: Promises and Perils From Rural Pennsylvania Part 5 Part 2: School Uniforms in Middle Schools Chapter 6 3. Effects of Mandated School Uniforms on Student Attendance, Discipline Referrals, and Classroom Environment Chapter 7 : $ Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Uniforms in public schools by David L. Brunsma, , Rowman & Littlefield Education edition, in English. Reporters may also want to examine reports on uniform use from the NCES, which collects and reports data related to school uniforms, dress codes and book bags in public schools. ——————————– “School Discipline, School Uniforms and Academic Performance” Baumann, Chris; Krskova, Hana. International Journal of Educational.
Uniforms can be defined as, distinctive clothing worn by members of the same organization or body or by children attending certain schools. It is an ongoing debate whether uniforms should be mandatory in schools or not. Making uniforms mandatory will be preparing our children for the future work world. School Uniforms. Outline I. Introduction A. Uniforms should be required in public schools because it will reduce the rate of bulling, it creates less pressure to impress others, it reduces people coming to school dressed inappropriately, and it saves money for the parent. II. Reasons for supporting uniforms in school A. Reduces bulling B. Less pressure to impress others C. . School uniforms: required attire; Research on school uniforms: mixed results; Policy implications for dress codes and school uniforms: balancing rights and responsibilities. Summary School uniform polices, often associated with private schools, are increasingly being adopted in public schools; but not without : Demitchell, Todd A. The public school system of Long Beach, CA decided to adopt the idea of school uniforms to see what results if any uniforms would have on their schools. Long Beach is the third largest school district in California and conta students incorporated into 90 public schools which offers 46 different languages spoken.