Amusing story about school uniforms offers us read one blogger from Samara. He will show pictures of school clothes worn in different countries.
The United Kingdom has introduced a school uniform has long been in almost all schools. But there are exceptions, who say that without it, you can learn well. Below pictures of elite and ordinary colleges and schools. I'm not going to draw conclusions, it is better, as I usually do, because it is too complex an issue of strong "for" and "against". Just take a look at how students dress in the world. Examples terrible forms are everywhere, just in Russia, I think, more of them than in developed countries. Left pictures of Eton College, which "produces" 4% of the British elite.
Guardian: «School uniform does not improve the school. Times it does not affect performance, why is it still popular? Firstly, it is not possible to develop subcultures in school. Secondly, the children wore uniforms centuries. Third, there is no ethnic and gender differences ».
CreativeEducation: & quot; In the UK, almost all children wear school uniforms. School uniform instills in students a sense of belonging to one big team, one team. However, children begin to differentiate between "our" and "foreign", which has a negative impact on relations between schools. Studies show that there is no direct relationship between the form and results. Wearing uniforms, you get used to the official style of clothing that will be needed in the future to work. & Quot; I also want to imagine the shape of the hat)
In some institutions, with a long history and a great name there is a strict time limit. Terms TASIS: «Permitted form only one manufacturer. Shirts must be buttoned. Pants at the waist. On the jacket must be a tie. No headgear. Belt can only be black / brown leather. Boys may not wear earrings "and so on.