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5.3.5 Journal: Levels of Government Journal U.S. Government and Politics (S4124713) Edward Ellis Points possible: 10 Date: ____________ For this assignment, you will answer questions about how different levels of government address issues in primary and secondary education. To get the best grade possible, follow the instructions in the assignment closely and answer all questions completely. This assignment is worth 10 points. 1. The federal government prohibits racial segregation in public schools. What is the legal basis for this prohibition, and why is this issue handled at the federal level? (2 points) The legal basis for this is that it is not an equal opportunity for education. It is an infringement of fundamental liberties. This is handled at the federal level to ensure that the supremacy clause prevents any state government from changing the laws for segregation. 2. Federal law also says that religious schools cannot be supported with government funds. What is the legal basis for this prohibition, and why is this issue handled at the federal level? (2 points)
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