Should uniforms should be introduced in all schools?
In some countries, e.g. Britain and many Caribbean states, it is common for school pupils to have to wear distinctive uniforms identifying them with a particular institution, especially to the end of compulsory education at 16. In others, e.g. France, the USA, it is rare for uniforms to be worn, although some private schools may retain them. In both situations the desirability of school uniforms remains controversial among students, parents and educationalists. As a result of this some schools have abandoned uniform at the same time as others have adopted it.
Topic Sentence：Uniform helps to create a strong sense school ethos and a sense of belonging to a particular community.
Topic Sentence：Uniforms repress（＝suppresses） individuality（or individualism）
Topic Sentence：Uniform acts as a social leveler, under which all students are equal in the eyes of the school and of each other. （或者更简单的表达为：Uniforms promote equality or prevent rivalry and bullying over fashion clothes）
Topic Sentence：Students always find ways to tease or bully others, regardless of what clothes are worn.
Topic Sentence： Being readily identified with a particular institution may make students more aware of their behavior while traveling to and from the school, leading them to act more considerately
Topic Sentence：Uniform makes students very identifiable and emphasizes the divisions between schools, making it very easy for bullying and fights to develop between students from rival institutions as they travel to and from school.
Topic Sentence：Uniforms ensure a minimum quality of clothing
Topic Sentence：Uniforms give a few clothing manufactures and shops an unearned profit