FALL 2010 428 DEBATES

FALL 2010 428 DEBATES - GO TO THE POLLS AND VOTE(TUESDAY IF...

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GO TO THE POLLS AND VOTE (TUESDAY) IF YOU HAVE NOT ALREADY DONE SO! T 11/2 (ROWS 1-4 in RAWLS 1086 in OBHR 428-2) DEBATE: 1. In 2007, the United States Supreme Court decided (5:4) that Affirmative Action in public education (Louisville, KY & Seattle, Washington) based on race was unconstitutional. a. Find references on the case, and discuss whether is positive or negative for education . b. Find references on the case, and discuss whether this would be positive or negative if the decision was extended to employment . Could the Supreme Court strike down a President’s Executive Order? NOTE: DO NOT BEGIN PREPARING FOR THIS DEBATE UNTIL YOU HAVE READ CH 3, AND UNDERSTAND THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AFFIRMATIVE ACTION AND EQUAL EMPLOYMENT/EDUCATION OPPORTUNITY. THIS IS A CRITICAL DISTINCTION. Useful sources for Debate 1. Parents vs. Community Schools of Louisville & Seattle (2007) http://www.nytimes.com/ref/washington/scotuscases_AFFIRMATIVEACTION.html This decision said that certain (generally well perceived) school integration plans were unconstitutional. (Paraphrasing) “The way to avoid race discrimination is to avoid using
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