This book represents the most thorough exposition on our present understanding of the impetuses, debates, legalities, and effectiveness of school uniform policies that have rapidly entered the discourse of school reform in the United States. In it, David Brunsma provides an antidote to the ungrounded, anecdotal components that define the contemporary conversation regarding policies of standardized dress in American K-12 districts and schools.Testing Service 2000) such policies actually do not deter delinquency and deviance on campus (see chapter 2). ... distinction between regions, and a growing number of rural and suburban schools, with quite different student profiles, were implementing them. ... Second, one must look at the Manual on School Uniforms, published and distributed to over 1 6, 000 school districts across the United States inanbsp;...
|Title||:||The School Uniform Movement and what it Tells Us about American Education|
|Author||:||David L. Brunsma|
|Publisher||:||R&L Education - 2004-01-01|