posted on Sep, 26 2011 @ 02:42 PM
Originally posted by Afterthought
reply to post by newcovenant
So, as long as you're learning for free, you should be groomed however the system deems appropriate?
I don't have a problem with uniforms either, but to hell with someone teaching my son or daughter that it's OK to have more than one wife.
The uniform concept is a way to keep students attention on studies. If it were not better all around for a multitude of reasons private schools would
not employ it exclusively. Don't you think those parents would have balked? Do they hate their kids?
It is a way to keep students in a mindset that this time is not their own.
When they change clothes they are done with the work, the studies and out for the fun. I think it gives educators that much more of an edge and helps
students to feel, if not be industrious. Kids are equal
instantly and nobody is gawking at inappropriate nudity, pants hanging off the hips,
dirty plaid underwear showing, skirts up around the whahoo, and that ridiculous veil or the cumbersome burka.
It has nothing to do with fact that the education is free except that if they don't learn now for whatever reason, (raging hormones) (provocative
distraction) (sideshow religious freaks) they are going to PAY FOR IT LATER. Literally.
Protect their right to dress like pimps and sluts because this is AMERICA home of the ...
....well you get it.
Is this anyway to get to an educated populace?
Or are we wasting time they will have to pay and spend in school later?
or maybe just settle for one of the menial jobs that ISN'T out there, turn to drugs or starve to death?
That's not a good plan but unfortunately it is what is happening.
I can't just blame the clothes but maybe if we went to the uniforms and put this DRAMA aside we could at least give the kids an education so they
don't have to WORK IN A UNIFORM FOR THE REST OF THEIR LIFE.