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Why Is It Important To Wear School Uniforms?

“The uniform makes a brotherhood since when universally adopted, it  covers up all differences of class and country.” – Robert Baden-Powell

Wearing school uniforms means so much for me. From my white well-ironed blouse down to my skirt and to the black shoes of mine. Wearing it during my first day of classes completes my day. And not having it complete for a day is a total insufficiency. Well, basically, uniforms are made to show that you are part of an organisation. its like wearing it says we’re all in this together.But to tell you honestly, nowadays, I can hear most of my schoolmates are blubbering why on earth do they have to wear school uniforms well in fact they are too old for wearing such clothes? So I made this blog just to make sure you guys will realize the importance of wearing school uniforms.

So the first reason why we should wear school uniforms is because school uniforms are made compulsory for all students since it help lessen social conflicts within the school. Yes! We, students won’t have to be conscious or we wouldn’t be able to waste our time choosing what to wear in an ordinary day going to school.

Next reason is school uniforms promote students’ loyalty and reduces students tendency to be violent. Without school uniform, students may form gangs and identify their group with same color clothes. Violence can be prevented if all students will identify themselves as one by wearing same uniform. And also they will have the spirit of oneness and likewise enhance the school loyalty.

Another is school uniforms lessen students clothing expenses for their day to day use. It is also beneficial for parents for it enables them to save extra cash. For having a not-so-wealthy family like ours, this is the most reasonable statement I can guarantee my classmates will agree.

Lastly, wearing of school uniforms also prepare students for their future career. If they get employed in big companies, naturally they have to wear corporate and formal attires. With this, it will be easy for them to adjust since they are used to wear formal uniforms when they were in school.

I therefore conclude that wearing uniform is a must considering that we are all students.School uniforms are necessary and essential because it promotes values of paramount importance. . And as a student, we should wear our uniforms to show people our loyalty to the place where we all get our knowledge about everything and anything.

 

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Important Roles of ICT in the Million People March

The Million People March or the so-called “Pork Barrel Scam” was the first ever on-going series of protest in the Philippines held at the Luneta Park on the 26th day of August 2013, about the total abolition of the Pork Barrel or the Priority Development Assistance Fund scam which triggered the anger of the people through social medias such as Facebook and Twitter. Many Filipinos expressed their anger through creating blogs, pages, advertisements and even memes to show that they agree to the idea of stopping the Pork Barrel Fund.

For an instance, a Facebook event was entitled: “MILLION PEOPLE MARCH TO LUNETA AUGUST 26: SA ARAW NG MGA BAYANI, PROTESTA NG MGA BAYANI!!!” was created by Arnold Pedrigal and Bernardo Bernardo using the power of the social media to invite the people to join the protest for the pork barrel fund mess to be stopped. Their Facebook status says ” what we need is a  MILLION PEOPLE MARCH by struggling Filipino taxpayers- a day of protest by the silent majority that would demand all politicians and government officials to stop pocketing our taxes borne out from our hard works by means of this pork barrel scams and other creative criminal acts.”

Another is a group of people called hacktivist or the PrivateX repaired at least 30 government websites early on August 26,2013, hours before the main protests. These includes the websites of the Philippine National Police and the Philippine Embassy in Rome.

ICT has almost become the platform of change because the protest is mostly organized through social media channels. Through this millennial tool, Filipinos, once again showed their love for their country and for the people who works hard for their living that pays their taxes veraciously yet some government officials or NGO’s won’t do the same thing and pockets the money of their countrymen. As time goes by, social medial will always be a part of our great history because no matter what the situation is, Filipinos will surely fight for what is right, cry for what is just and tussle for what is best for our country by the means of everything.

 

 

SOURCE/S:

https://www.google.com.ph/webhp?sourceid=chrome-instant&ion=1&espv=2&ie=UTF-8#q=million%20people%20march

https://globalvoices.org/2013/08/27/million-people-march-against-corruption-in-the-philippines/