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Getting students to don a school uniform is often one good method of fostering a certain level of equality amongst them. A school uniform can be formal or informal. Usually the boys have trousers and shirts while the girls are required to wear skirts and shirts. Black shoes and white socks are also usually part of the school uniform. Pastel colors are preferred for the shirts while the skirts may be plaid or solids. Trousers are usually in solid dark colors. A tie may or may not be part of a school uniform.

A school uniform can also help students imbibe a sense of belonging and pride in their institution. Before enrolling your child in a school you can check with them to find out if a school uniform is mandatory there. This will also help you in outlining your monthly budget. However, most public schools in the United States do not have school uniforms.

Most private schools and Catholic schools have school uniforms as a requisite. A school uniform is seen as many as a kind of preparation in dressing for life outside the school compound. Work attire also usually has some sort of dress code. A school uniform also adds in giving a serious and professional air to the institution. A good approach for schools would be to make a school uniform as close to regular street clothes as possible.

This reduces the need for spending extra on a school uniform since all parents may not be able to afford new uniforms regularly. Children are bound to outgrow their school uniform or get it damaged in some manner or the other. School uniforms can conjure a feeling of order and safety for many. Every year a new school year begins and the debate continues between the advocates of school uniforms and those against it.

 
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