Public School Children with Learning Disabilities: Do School Uniforms Make a Difference?
Students across the nationwide, they may or may not have the choice of wearing a uniform to school. This interpretive research focuses on the effects school uniforms have on children with learning disabilities. This particular research was chosen because of the lack of support toward children with learning disabilities in public schools. There will a be questionnaire administer to school administrators in two public middle schools, one that mandates school uniforms and one that does not. One sample question reads: How have schools uniforms impact children with learning disability? Results may tell us if school uniforms are effective at increasing academic achievement and decreasing behavior problems among students with learning disabilities.
Dr. Hilda B. Lakner
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Agricultural, Consumer, and Environmental Sciences
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