While Nardin Academy High School does not have a uniform, students must dress appropriately and modestly, as conforms to the philosophy of Nardin Academy. Skirts, dresses and only dress khaki pants may be worn. A general check of the dress code shall take place daily during homeroom.
Many public schools throughout the United States have been implementing mandatory uniform and dress code policies. This decision is causing controversy
However, since the school dress code does not touch on body piercings in the handbook they cannot say anything and therefore, I can have my body pierced anywhere that I want to and they cannot do anything about it....
- Does your school have a dress code, require uniforms, or have some other standard of dress?
If yes, what does it say?
If no, should there be a clothing policy?
Is there a difference between a dress code and a policy requiring uniforms?
- Give some examples to show that over time how women dressed reflected the customs of a particular region.
- What role did the secular state play in transforming ideas about women's clothing?
- Identify times when men have been compelled to dress in a certain way.
Find out Islamic requirements for men's appearance and clothing, today.
- Identify arguments that defend the hijab as a symbol of liberation.
That see hijab as a symbol of repression.
With the trend to revive or create Islamist movements, women have continued to take up the modest covering of the hijab. Within women's groups the debate over its use also continues. Some progressive groups, such as the Women's Action Forum (WAF) in Pakistan, explicitly condemn all attempts to impose a dress code on women. They argue that those who do not conform to it are stigmatized. They say that it denies women the freedom to decide on their own appearance. Women's groups endorsing a strict interpretations of Islam, on the other hand, aggressively promote dress codes, putting out information sheets listing its requirements...
In reading the above comments I believe that the schools can help in the morals of children. I know it is the parents that should be doing this but it should be followed up in school..By having a dress code,(shorts at finger tip length) skirts and dresses just above the knee and no low cut blouses. A student should be dressed appropriate and groomed to do their best in school. I don’t mean designer clothes, just clean appropriate. That would bring respect also. This time I vote I am going to only vote for people who support bring God back in our daily lives…..
Further, "The professional educator complies with written local school policies and applicable laws and regulations." As a professional educator, it is critical to present yourself well, limit distractions for students, and follow all dress code policies.
What do you think about teacher dress codes?
Similarly, school officials in Milwaukee recently concluded that dress codes would consider athletic wear and T-shirts unacceptable for the classroom setting.
In most cases, schools are taking action because they believe some teachers are dressing inappropriately and creating distractions that could impact student learning.
David Brunsma, a sociologist who wrote Uniforms in Public Schools: A Decade of Research and Debate in 2005, says, “Dress codes and school uniforms increase school safety by eliminating gang-related clothing and helping aid in the recognition of nonstudents on campus....
Nevertheless, students still get away with showing off a good three-fourths of their thighs and midriff section, or egotistic “muscle-shirts.” Some people would argue that it takes away students First Amendment by enacting a dress code, but honestly, why do you need to show off large amounts of flesh at school, where you are there to learn....
The introduction of dress codes has been a common intervention in our educational system to help decrease the number of disciplinary issues that are dealt with on a daily basis.
It is completely appropriate for a school to ban any item of clothing that may be damaging to the learning environment. A dress code is necessary for a proper learning atmosphere but the problem with certain dress code rules is that they punish women for having the bodies that they do. It is no fault of women that their bodies are corrupted and skewed by the media. They are unfairly sexualized when the attention was entirely uninvited.
I remember going to public school in Rockford and I agree that a uniform policy would reduce distractions — if the boys wear jumpsuits and the girls, burkas. It seems intuitive that forcing students to dress alike in clothes that reduce the possibility of distraction and impede the ability to hide guns, knives and drugs is a good idea. Nobody wants a gangland fight in the middle of algebra.
A dress code should be required in all public schools to promote better student behavior, decrease costs to parents and increase school safety by eliminating gang-related clothing.