Another voting site with similar votes, but this cite doesn't show what members of society votes and for what. But this one is more well-known. Scholastic seems like a cite that many parents would access for knowledge. But more students used it and think the opposite of the parents.
2719 responses were submitted, from all; Teachers, Students, Parents, and Community members. Of all the votes submitted, only 30% of the votes showed that School Uniforms should be used in schools. But, 72.12% of the voters were students! Meaning the students that voted made the biggest impact on the toll. Students want any right they can get their hands on so if they think a right is going to be taken from them they try to keep it. Even tho we'd only be restricting some of the right to freedom of expression, but they're already being restricted so fighting for the right to wear whatever they want is kinda pointless.
This cite also includes Pros and Cons on school uniforms but includes some topics that the other pro con cite didn't include. Like that some clothes represent religion but religion is band at most schools now, but that's another debate.
Teen Ink is a cite where tens can, "blog", share their stories on important topics. Like bullying, music & movies, studying, school lunches, entertainment, etc. The way I used it was to see who was sharing content on being bullied due to the way they dress. Meaning, if they were to have school uniforms at the school she won't be made fun of for the way she dressed because they all dress the same.
The debate over school uniforms is a controversy that never seems to go away. Here, real parents discuss the pros and cons of school uniforms and their affects on students. I got this cite because it shows important information of both why School Uniforms should be in use, but also the same amount of reasons on why they shouldn't.