Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the role of school discipline in achieving academic performance. The authors also probe whether uniformed students have better discipline.
The study aims to clarify the role of permissive "vis-à-vis" authoritative teaching styles with an overarching hypothesis that better discipline leads to better academic performance. School Uniforms, Academic Achievement, and Uses of Research ANN BODINE University of Texas, San Antonio ABSTRACT School uniforms are being advocated for a range of social, educational, economic, and familial reasons. School uniforms also take the pressure off students to pay top dollar for clothes, according to Reginald Wilson, a senior scholar at the American Council on Education in Washington, D.C.
But does it? Elisabetta Gentile1 University of Houston Scott A. Imberman1 University of Houston March 4, 2009 Abstract: Concerns about safety in urban schools has led many school districts to require uniforms … School Uniforms: Selected full-text books and articles School Uniforms, Dress Codes, and Free Expression: What's the Balance? Hardy says she became anti-uniform while teaching at another district, some 15 years ago. Many schools claim that when students attend in uniforms, it improves discipline, and leads to academic gains. Uniforms, books and school trips all add up. 6, March 2018 Uniforms are less expensive than an entire wardrobe: parents would only need to purchase a few articles of clothing each year.
School uniforms also benefit parents. Perceptions of School Uniforms in Relation to Socioeconomic Statuses Aaron B. Jones Department of Teacher Education, BYU Master of Arts Schools that implement a school uniform policy are on the rise (Musu-Gillette, Zhang, Wang, Zhang & Oudekerk, 2017). Con: School uniforms can potentially alienate students from low-income backgrounds. Effects of Student Uniforms on Attendance, Behavior Problems, Substance Use, and Academic Achievement Article (PDF Available) in The Journal of Educational … In 1998, The Journal of Educational Research (The JER) pub lished an article by D. Brunsma and K. Rockquemore that In a school without uniforms, parents may feel pressured to buy their kids a new wardrobe for school every year, which is not always affordable. Some school uniforms can highlight income differences among students, says Tari Hardy, principal at Sanders Middle School in Sanders, Arizona. About 74% of these schools have a high population of low Dressed for Success: Do School Uniforms Improve Student Behavior, Attendance, and Achievement? School uniforms: the cons the perspective on school uniforms *Updated 2018 Traditionally favored by private and parochial institutions, school uniforms are growing in popularity in the U.S. Nearly 22% of American public and private schools currently have a uniform policy in place. Nearly one in five public schools required uniforms in 2010, up from just one in eight a decade earlier, according to the most recent findings from the … 99, No. Requiring School Uniforms May Be Less Legally Fraught Than Implementing a School Dress Code By Underwood, Julie Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. And the findings on the impact of school uniforms on student behavior, discipline, connection to the school, attendance and academic gains is …