Study: Uniforms linked to better graduation, attendance and behavior

01/13/2006 | Akron Beacon Journal (Ohio)

Six Ohio high schools where students must wear uniforms improved their mean graduation rate by 11% after the stringent dress policy was instituted, according to a Youngstown State University study. Researcher Virginia Draa cautioned her study's scope was small and did not give much consideration to parental involvement.

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