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Are Uniforms a Good Way to Improve Student Discipline and Motivation?

Reader comment on item: Hijabs & Other Islamic Garb as Part of Uniforms in the West

Submitted by NRG uniforms (United States), Dec 14, 2010 at 15:25

The decisions to adopt uniform were not consistent across the country. Suburban schools had a relatively lower rate of uptake, perhaps reflecting the efforts of a more highly politicised group of parents. The proponents on either side of the debate about school appear to have entrenched and almost polar opposite opinions, and there is a fog of statistics and counter-statistics available to support either proposition.

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