Segregation effects how a student does in school?
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Evidence: Neighborhoods were segregated by race and kids went to neighborhood schools.
Evidence: Boston built new schools, but they were still segregated.
Evidence: Boston got worse after the law passing of desegregation.
Affirmative assertion #2: Students and society benefit when more children are able to attend racially integrated schools.
Evidence: There were psychological benefits, so students do better academically and socially.
Evidence: Students are able to negotiate today's increasingly global economy.
Evidence: Students feel more safe, less lonely, and less harassed by peers.
Affirmative assertion #3: To create a desegregated school system, a judge should be able to tell parents where their children must attend school.
Evidence: If students go to school closer to home, the schools might re-segregate.
Evidence: The judge's plan was to create schools that included students from several neighborhoods.
Evidence: The new plan would make students go to bad schools in their neighborhood.
Question number #2 Shouldnt a parent choose where they want their kids to go to school , and no some judge?
Question number #3 Shouldnt teachers also be interacial and not just the students?
Question #2: Why can"t students in the outer city have the same education as the students in the inner city and vice versa?
Question #3: Would segregated school be more skilled than a resegregated school?
Answer number #2 Student cant have the same education because of how the goverment funds the school system.
Answer number #3 You cant tell if a segerated schools is automatically more skilled than a resegerated school based on test results.
Answer #2: A parent does choose where they want their children to go to school, but it"s also up to the children to approve if they want to attend there. Everyone should know a judge, but a judge won"t help parents and children decide where they end up in school, which would be the department of education.
Answer #3: Teachers are interracial in school, but that doesn"t change how they teach the students.
rebuttal to assertion #2 There are some school with like 90% whites and are still doing good in school. This just proves that segregating isnt the only key to helping students do good in school.
rebuttal to assertion #3 If a judge decides hundreds of students fate in school that could turn out bad because he could easily bias one side more than another.
Good luck tana
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