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related problemsBy contrast, this study will empirically investigate the effects of a school uniform policy on student behavior and perceptions three years after implementationBackground to the Problem School districts initially adopted uniform policies in response to the proliferation of violence in the schools (Landen, ).

The findings indicate that student uniforms have no direct effect on substance use, behavioral problems, or attendanceContrary to current discourse, the authors found a negative effect of uniforms on student academic achievement.

School uniform policies are designed to foster student outcomes, but the effect of school uniforms on attendance, standardized test scores, and discipline referral rates in rural public high schools in southwest Georgia was unclearEducators and politicians across the country have considered school uniforms as a vehicle to achieving school

DOI Corpus ID Effects of Student Uniforms on Attendance, Behavior Problems, Substance Use, and Academic Achievement @article{BrunsmaEffectsOS, title={Effects of Student Uniforms on Attendance, Behavior Problems, Substance Use, and Academic Achievement}, author={DBrunsma and KRockquemore}, journal={Journal of Educational Research}, year={

The school uniform debate isnt exactly raging these days, but there's still data to be gathered and examined as to how slacks and blazers affect school kidsAccording to a new study by researchers at the University of Houston, school uniforms seem to be decently effective at improving student attendance and teacher retention, but have no real impact on improving student achievementFor

The findings indicate that student uniforms have no direct effect on substance use, behavioral problems, or attendanceContrary to current discourse, the authors found a negative effect of uniforms on student academic achieve ment.

Effects of Student Uniforms on Attendance, Behavior Problems, Substance Use, and Academic AchievementResearch on the effects of school uniforms have not been compelling (Yeung, )

A study of six big city Ohio public schools showed students who were required to wear uniforms had improved graduation, behavior and attendance ratesAcademic performance was unchanged.

Student uniforms decrease substance useStudent uniforms decrease behavioral problemsStudent uniforms increase attendanceStudent uniforms increase academic achievementWithin the context of the public debate on mandatory uniform policies, the mechanisms through which uniforms effect the above stated outcomes are subtly implied