The negative conducts that are related to students’ dress that include absenteeism, teasing, school violence, and activities that are gang-related (The Ethical School, pg 23). On the other side, the opponent’s main argument is that uniforms deny students their individual rights including the right to choose their dressing. While many public schools today maintain strong policies on dress code, the weight of this subject matter begs the question as to whether students should be required to wear uniforms. In the United States, public schools have increasingly embraced the idea of school uniforms even as parents and other stakeholders in education device new ways to make school a safe place. Based on reports gathered from administrators of these schools, criminal tendencies planned and executed by the students reduced significantly upon the introduction of school uniforms. Given such statistic many regions across America have witnessed a clamor for uniforms in public schools. however, an equal number of people tend to believe that uniforms are of no benefit. To begin with, school uniforms eliminate the issue of students treating the school environment as a fashion showground and instead encourage them to focus on their school work. Families are not always the same. some are economically strong and can afford expensive clothing for their kids while others struggle even with their daily survival. According to Leon 2004, allowing students to wear as they please has the effects of subjecting the less privileged students to psychological torture now that they cannot afford the kind of clothes worn by their friends from families that are rich. Such is the case that, the less privileged student wills more than likely struggle to fit the lifestyle of others and end up frustrated.