Dress Code Laws in education

 Part I: Providing Context Compose 1-2 paragraphs in which you do the following: • Identify and explain the problem or issue that drives your inquiry; • Propose a research question that you can use to focus your study. Specifically, you should begin with an indirect question and refine it as you learn more about the problem you have identified: find out what/why/how (what students can or cannot wear in class) Part II: Describing Particulars Compose 1-2 paragraphs in which you do the following: • Identify and describe the audience for your inquiry (general); • Identify and describe the audience for your inquiry (academic); • Identify and describe the methods you will use to answer your question, including the types of evidence or information/data you may need to collect to add to existing scholarship. Part III: Explaining Significance Compose 1-2 paragraphs in which you do the following: • Explain the potential significance of your inquiry for the audience you have identified. You might ask: When you have answered your question, what will your audience know that it did not know before? How will your research contribute to an existing body of knowledge? What other benefits (e.g., social, educational, economic) might come out of your research? Specific Requirements Your proposal should: • Provide a clear foundation for your inquiry; • Be ~2 single spaced pages (1000 words maximum); • Be written in a clear, precise, and active prose style; • Use 12 point Times New Roman or Garamond typeface; • Use a recognizable citation style (e.g., MLA or APA);