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What do you think about 'hair regulations' in school?

What do you think about 'hair regulations' in school?

Postby 12100595beauty » Mon May 17, 2010 11:59 pm

What was your hairstyle in school days?
most of the high school students' hairstyle are regulated in korea.
What do you think about 'hair regulations' in school?
I'm against about this topic.
There are three reasons.
First, hairstyles and learning ability is separate part.
Rather, excessive regulation rouse upon the students are stressing.
For example, Learning ability of university students who are unregulated about hairstyles is not low.

Second, individual's personality should be respected.
For instance, Schooldays are period of establishing self-identity .
So, they want to express individual personality
Hairstyle is the meaning of ipersonality

Last, students's right should be protected.
In other words, Human rights of students must be respected.
For instance, The time that criminal rights is guaranteed.
So, students' rights should be guaranteed more and more.
Styling their hair is personal freedom.
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Re: What do you think about 'hair regulations' in school?

Postby 12100066SeongKeun » Tue May 18, 2010 2:09 am

i agree hair regulations in school.
because it makes students know identity.
for instance, after eliminating the rule, school's grade gets bad
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Re: What do you think about 'hair regulations' in school?

Postby 12103748 KIMMS » Sat May 22, 2010 12:39 pm

I don't agree with you.

I think many student waste thier time to do their hair without regulation.

And I don't think students would express thier individuality by hairstyle.
They always just follow the fashion.
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Re: What do you think about 'hair regulations' in school?

Postby 12102492leesh » Sun May 23, 2010 5:04 pm

I don't think so.
Of course, there is no relationship between hair style and learning ablity directly.
But, students who have short hair, especially for boys, can save time for washing their hair in the morning.
They can wash only in 1 minute. It's my experience.
1 minute for 1 day can be big difference so students can study more.
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