Used to promote a sense of unity among students, and keep other kids from getting picked on for not being able to wear all the latest fasion designs and saves parents from having to spend millions on school shopping. Doesn't rob students of their individuality, but teaches them how to dress respectfully and find other ways to be individual. It's a good idea if its introduced to students the right way and not heavily regulated.
Person 1: School uniforms supress our individuality.
Person 2: No, it stops us from judging by appearances all the time and teaches us how to be individuals aside from our appearance. It only sucks if you have to where them for the entire school year, every single day. You should get used to it seeing as most jobs these days have dress codes and/or require their employees to wear uniforms.