Thomson ReutersAugust 14, 2013 16:17
By Dhanya Skariachan
NEW YORK (Reuters) - When Robyn Asbell started kindergarten this month in Covington, Georgia, she had to wear a white collared shirt and a khaki jumper instead of her favorite pink sequin dress.
Asbell is among a growing number of U.S. school children who are required to wear a uniform. The trend is expected to gain steam as public school enrollment continues to set new records.