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Do you hate being told what you can and can not wear to school Edward Harris Jr Middle School need get rid of its strict dress code The three reason are that it prevent students from expressing their individuality it is useless and the students would be more happy to go to school To begin with the dress code prevent students from expressing themselves It minimize and interfere with the First Amendment rights of many students Clothing is one of the few ways teenagers have to show off their own individuality If that was taken away from them then most of their own identity would be too For example if a girl is most comfortable in some jeans and a tank top at school and she have super good grades Then who is the school to said that the tank top she is wearing is interfering with her education Instead of just wearing a tank top to school because she is more comfortable does the school really want her to express herself through inappropriate makeup jewelry or even tattoos The school harsh dress code basically just send a message saying that a person own creativity and imagination is not at all as important as what other people think about them and how they dress Edward Harris Jr Middle School should be promoting its students individualities and creativity instead of suppressing it Secondly Edward Harris Jr Middle School need to throw away it dress code because it is Most students is going to break it anyway so why have it Edward Harris Jr Middle Schools facility and staff said that the dress code help decrease violence and it help the students do better in school Thats not true at all I break the dress code all the time but I still have a 40 GPA The dress code does not all help decrease violence at school
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