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At the Huntington School in Brockton, students arrive to class each morning dressed smartly in navy blue, khaki, and white. The uniforms make for a familiar scene, now for the fourth year.
Thirty miles south, Wareham school officials are considering introducing uniforms next year, joining the Huntington and a smattering of others around the state that require students to dress the same when they show up to learn. No decision has been made, said Wareham Schools Superintendent Kimberly Shaver-Hood, but officials are in serious discussions.
Uniforms, which have long been a fact of life for students at private and parochial schools, are gradually making their way into more public schools across the country.