Does wearing a school uniform improve student behavior?
from The Conversation US
In a growing number of school districts across the nation, students must wear a uniform. This is not the stereotypical school uniform associated with Catholic schools — pleated plaid skirt with a blouse for girls; a button-down shirt, a necktie and dark pants for boys. Instead, these are mostly khaki-and-blue or khaki-and-red shirt and pants/skirts uniforms. According to the U.S. Department of Education, wearing a uniform can decrease the risk of violence and theft, instill discipline and help school officials recognize intruders who come to the school.
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