maybe not for u but my school has uniforms and our skirts have to be touching the ground when we kneel!
A lot of private schools in the U.S. require the students to wear uniforms. Most public schools only have mild dress codes like no curse words on the clothing, shorts must be a certain length, etc. My daughter's middle school doesn't allow the girls to wear shirts with spaghetti straps. The straps have to be at least and inch or two wide. So, most schools have some kind of dress code but barely.
There is a dress code. If it's a school with no uniforms, it tells you how long a skirt has to be, you can't wear undergarments on the outside, no foul language on shirts, and so on.
Some schools have uniforms and the dress code tells you what you can wear, for example, tan pants and blue polos.
well all schools have dress code, but if you meant why many schools dont uniform, its because theres less discipline, strictness and just more freedom
there are dress codes they dont give you dress code until you are in third grade in Texas for older students no skinny straps booty shorts but in high school it doesnt matter people break the dress code everyday
There is to a point! They can't wear beer or cigarette ads on tee shirts, can't wear gang related items.
Almost every school has a dress code of some kind. It just varies from school to school. Most commonly banned are shirts with explicit language, low-cut shirts or pants, and revealing underwear. When I was in high school we couldn't wear hooded sweatshirts my first year because they were thought to be coats and therefore not acceptable in classrooms.
We even had a rule on how thick your tank top straps had to be (no spaghetti straps or halter tops). When I started HS they had to be at least one inch thick; it was two inches by the time I graduated. I am just thankful that the school I teach at now has uniforms, so I don't have to worry about dress code too much.
There is a dress code in the US for us students... It just depends on what school you're at... In Elementary you're not allowed to wear sandals, or tank tops... In Middle School you're not allowed to wear flip-flops, tank tops or shorts above your finger tips... In High School you are allowed to wear flip-flops, tank tops (if you have a shirt to go over it), and shorts that touch your finger tips...
There is a dress code in the US for us... you just don't recognize it.
It is the bi-product of excess freedom!
not true. many schools have rules many public schools have uniforms to. each school and school district or board has the final say.
here is one public school dress code. they vary as much as the us varies in people and religions.
there are alot of school in houston where u have to wear uniforms
some schools have,but the main reason is that the parents are both working.they dont have time to look after their uniforms.here also some schools dont have any dress code.also, there is only 1 school in a particular area so they dont need it to differ children.
Most US schools do have dress codes. The elementary schools have mostly gone to uniforms, and the other secondary schools all have dress codes where I live. They are also pretty strictly enforced.
There is a dress code in US schools, its just says what we can't wear. Public schools don't have uniforms but private schools do.
That's why it's a developed nation i prefer this style in India too...This is actually complete freedom...
But moreover there money is paid by the government to bring up child so that means no one is poor and can afford which everybody could but in India Situation is entirely different...
there are stupid
Many schools have dress codes, they just aren't always adhered to very strongly, as is the case at my high school.
I just now went through the answers and found that there are dress codes in US schools too though they do not have uniforms. I wish in India too we had this system. They don' even allow us to wear colourful dress on occasions like teachers' day or even if its ur b'day. lol lol lol >angry<
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