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Should public primary schools adhere to racial quotas?

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  • Quotas, themselves, are racist

    Public primary schools should reflect the neighborhoods or areas in which they are located. If they are located in a heavily minority area, there will be more minority students. If they are in a mostly white area, they will have mostly white students. I don't think a public school should be forced to maintain a quota.

  • Schools should be the place where we teach that race is not what matters.

    Public schools should integrate children from different socio-economic backgrounds together and not children from racial backgrounds. A racial quota may have been justifiable at one point to correct segregation, but at this point in history that division is not the one that schools should focus on. A socio-economic diverse classroom is one that will tend to integrate racially diverse groups anyway and will breed more tolerance for true diversity.

  • public primary schools

    I personally disagree,I do not believe public primary schools should adhere to racial quotas. Public school populations are determined by those that live in the surrounding community of that school and it is something that is not controlled by the school system. Therefore, it makes no sense for the schools to have to meet racial quotas.

  • No, racial quotas lack logic.

    Racial quotas often lack logic and aren't so simple, as many people are mixed race. If there simply are more or less of certain races in certain areas then the schools are going to have more or less of that race in the school. It would make no sense to go hunt for people just to fill a quota.

  • No, They Can't

    I do not believe public primary schools should adhere to racial quotas. Public school populations are determined by those that live in the surrounding community of that school and it is something that is not controlled by the school system. Therefore, it makes no sense for the schools to have to meet racial quotas.


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