First of all, if schools allow uniforms, people may be less prone to be bullied; studies have shown that people will be bullied just based on the things they could possible wear. However, this would make their school look very dull and there would be no sign of any school spirit. Also, kids should wear their own clothes to express themselves; people may not like the uniforms that schools have to provide to them. However, they also prevent kids from escalating the schoolyard harassment issues by only allowing casual clothes on a few days of the year. If a kid whose parents only bought them cheaper, uglier clothing wore casual clothes every day to school, they would be insulted and rejected much, much worse than with their cheap uniform.
Secondly, not having uniforms will save money and keep our economy from down falling into a worse situation. Kids usually from middle schools in all of America understand that our economy is dropping to its very bottom floor. Since our stock market had crashed, it is only right that kids should wear the clothing they have now so they can save money and keep our economy from dropping. However, uniforms will be benefiting our schools by representing what type of school we have come from. If you look at some middle schools who wear uniforms to school, you can easily tell them apart from other kids and if one student finds himself lost, he can immediately find his way to his group.
Lastly, schools do not have the right to tell us what we wear or not, a school uniform policy inhibits the student’s freedom of speech which gives us the right to allow us to wear whatever we want, because America grants that one freedom. However, if we are given the right to wear what we want, it may influence gang signs and having a uniform stops gang members from displaying their colors and garb. The schools also believe it helps stop violence and helps instill a sense of pride in the students. It also helps to break down the barriers between the two groups.
In conclusion, schools should try to include uniforms into schools, but until pour states economy is fixed and payed off, schools should try and avoid any use of uniforms, although it can cause a bigger chance of getting into fights and getting made fun of, schools cannot afford to use any more money than necessary for something that families cannot even possibly pay off.