A Uniform Code

Title: A Uniform Code
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A Uniform Code
A Uniform Code School uniforms, once a symbol of prestigious private academies, have gone public. Since President Clinton's 1996 State of the Union Address, in which he endorsed school uniforms, the trend toward restricting student dress as a means of controlling violence has come front and center in the national debate. Alarmed by increased youth violence, a perceived breakdown of discipline, and poor academic performance, the public is clamoring for some concrete means of reasserting school …showed first 75 words of 2187 total…
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