I have heard a lot of talk about uniform policies in school districts across the country. I am against them. I have my reasons.
It's the parents' choice what their child wears, not the school's. And the school cannot bar the child from attending school or punish them for not adhering to the uniform policy. Seriously, they cannot force a parent to take their child out of district to attend school last I checked.
To those who would refuse to put their child in a school uniform (public school, NOT private), what would you do if the school tried to bar your child from attending due to wearing street clothes? Do you believe their right to an education supercedes some uniform policy? Could the school district force you to take your child out of your district to attend school?
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