Luna_Wolf_Norway wrote:I don't really know what it's like, cause we don't have uniforms or dress codes in Norway, but I've always pictured it to be kinda fun... And then children can't get picked on or bullied for what they wear either. No pressure to buy expensive clothes.
Luna_Wolf_Norway wrote: And if you allow hats, you must allow hijabs as well. Not that I have anything against hijabs, I really don't, I just don't think they have anything to do in schools, since they are a religiouse symbole you know.
Luna_Wolf_Norway wrote:But I don't think that crucifixes should be allowed either, just like praying in schools. It's not a religiouse place, it's a place for science. And children in Norway are allowed to wear whatever they want in the schools, but I think that this could lead to bulling because you don't have the newest outfits, and I think that a lot of parents will force their children to wear a hjijab in school. I'm not saying everyone, but some might, and if children gets bullied for that I don't think it's worth it. I say go school uniforms.
Luna_Wolf_Norway wrote:No, I really don't think religion has anything to do in schools. It's a place of science and facts. You wouldn't bring christianity in to a budist temple, nor play football in the library, and you would not bring the evoultion theory into the church. "Don't pray in my school, and I won't think in your church." Seriously though, I don't have anything against religiouse people, if they belive, I respect that, just as they, hopefully, respect that I don't. But the schools are for science and facts, and the church, etc, is for faith. Children can learn about religions in schools of course, but that should be it.
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