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1/9/2017 6:31:37 PM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  
korbyn
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Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?




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1/9/2017 7:49:20 PM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  
queennawty
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No

1/9/2017 8:00:16 PM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  

testsignup
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Quote from queennawty:
No




Especially because it's so hard to make a uniform fit over a school, and after it's there, it's reeeeeeely hard to get in. Not to mention, you usually have to go in and out through a big zipper, and the joke memes that people will fill your facebook site with, just aren't worth the trouble.



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1/9/2017 10:41:16 PM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  

driver406
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As long as the girls are required to wear a skirt and stockings.

1/9/2017 11:12:54 PM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  

lsu_lsu
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I think that if a kid didn't have to worry about which designer shirt they had to have to out do her/his classmate would have more learning time.

1/9/2017 11:35:11 PM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  

frozenheat
Farmington, NM
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Many of the schools where I live have adopted a uniform policy. It's been tested that children do better in school when there are less obvious differences in social and economic conditions.

1/9/2017 11:47:23 PM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  
doublethree
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Doubt it. But they might as well try something with how slutty girls are in current times...

1/10/2017 2:31:29 AM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  
sarahgoldsmith
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Uniforms in schools will make the place much better environment for kids to learn. So they don't have to think about what they are wearing, & focus their minds on learning instead. They don't have to worry about what clothes to wear to impress their friends.

1/10/2017 4:10:02 AM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  

w6o6l6f_1
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Only if the male and female uniforms are identical.

We don't need any more transgender problems.
Individualism is the product of the devil.

1/11/2017 3:41:35 AM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  
korbyn
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1/11/2017 5:43:04 AM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  
cupocheer
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No.

Many studies of educational benefits based on students wearing uniforms has been conducted for years and years utilizing age-old Catholic practices of mandatory uniformed students.

One of the determining factors in some Catholic schools to stop mandatory uniforms is when the sexual perverts and pedophiles began uniform color & style to identify the age range of their victims.

(true story)

1/11/2017 10:46:37 AM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  

cern_
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Quote from testsignup:


Especially because it's so hard to make a uniform fit over a school, and after it's there, it's reeeeeeely hard to get in. Not to mention, you usually have to go in and out through a big zipper, and the joke memes that people will fill your facebook site with, just aren't worth the trouble.


After completing fourth grade I had to change schools. Going from one that was an uncovered building to one that was full metal jacketed was mentally and physically devastating. Every friggin' day there were dozens of classmates that had their brains concussed, limbs broken and/or severed and bruises were commonplace -- teaching/learning was eventually abandoned.

1/11/2017 8:06:21 PM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  
cupocheer
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Did you go to school in Danville?

1/11/2017 8:30:05 PM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  
rubyrose2015
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Quote from lsu_lsu:
I think that if a kid didn't have to worry about which designer shirt they had to have to out do her/his classmate would have more learning time.





1/11/2017 9:30:50 PM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  

cern_
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Quote from cupocheer:
Did you go to school in Danville?



No, I'm a product of northeastern U.S.

1/11/2017 9:36:04 PM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  

viper1e
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Quote from korbyn:
Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?


TOTALLY!

You don't think you could learn with this in the classroom?



1/12/2017 4:42:13 AM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  

frozenheat
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You are such a perv viper!


1/12/2017 7:40:14 AM Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?  
crumpet_dreams
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Quote from korbyn:
Do school uniforms make school a more effective place to learn?


Yes,

Equalizing the rich and poor by having a uniform certainly curtails some instances of bullying (the rich and assholish making fun of the poor kids clothing or the weird kids clothing etc)...less upset kids means they can fully concentrate on the learning.