Are dress codes good?
Keeping this in consideration, why shouldn't we have a dress code?
Another reason why there shouldn't be dress codes, which I can agree with, is that the kids don't get to express their style. Every one has their own style. The clothes they wear, or the way they wear their hair, but with dress codes that privilege is taken away.
Similarly, do dress codes discriminate? According to the American Civil Liberties Union, dress codes are legal as long as they do not "treat boys and girls differently, force students to conform to sex stereotypes, or censor particular viewpoints." (This includes protection for transgender, non-binary gender, or any other students who may choose to dress in
Beside above, is it necessary to have a dress code in schools or not?
A compulsory dress code will not only create a feeling of equality but also make students focus on their studies rather than on their clothes. Dress code does not necessarily mean college uniform. A decent, smart and formal dress is what is expected in a formal place like college.
Do dress codes target females?
— High school students, known to push rules to their limits, say dress codes designed to foster respect and safety discriminate against about half the population: girls. Some say the rules appear to be targeted at females, such as not being allowed to wear tops with spaghetti straps or shorts above the kneecap.