The talk on private schools being able to wear what they want isn’t talked about enough. The same arguments are talked about over and over again on a daily basis, they never seem to be answered because no one has an answer. One question that is always asked is that, why can’t kids in private schools wear what they want, what can’t they have that freedom? Others asked everyone is the same when they wear the same clothes, why giving them a change of clothes gives them freedom. Wearing whatever you want helps you express yourself, let’s you be who you want to be in life let’s you be the greatest you. Let’s enjoy life a little more, but having you wear a uniform in school should be ok because it gives you one less thing to worry about.
In public schools there is a statistic that always happens to get higher and it’s the fact of someone getting bullied for what they are wearing. “limit or control “clothes shaming”—some parents in a public school in which I taught brought this up. In particular the mothers of female students suggested school uniforms as a way to make shopping for school clothes less stressful.” https://www.quora.com/Why-do-all-private-schools-wear-uniforms In private school you see this less because why would you make fun of someone that is wearing your shirt. When you lift the stress of not wearing your own clothes, school becomes more relevant, it becomes a thing you can enjoy because you have one less thing to worry about. You draw less attention when your clothes are the same, you have less of a chance of someone getting out of their way to hurt someone else.
It takes away the freedom factor, school shouldn’t be a place that you worry about freedom. It’s a place that you should feel safe and comfortable to show who you are. When eliminating the clothes factor that task has become easier. Schools already have a tough time getting with the times already imagine private schools trying to keep order when clothes are a free will to kids, there would be no reason to call it a private school anymore. “distinguish itself from public schools—somewhat elitist, but part of what the parents want for their bucks would be the exclusive look that the private school brings.” https://www.quora.com/Why-do-all-private-schools-wear-uniforms