Affirmative actions

Affirmative actions - In employment, affirmative action may...

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“In employment, affirmative action may also be known as employment equity. In this context affirmative action requires that institutions increase hiring and promotion of candidates of mandated groups.” (Rogers, 2009, pg.1) But what would it be known as in a school setting. The article that I found in ProQuest takes affirmative action programs to another level. This article discusses the fact that “Students preferred the use of a remedial program that suggested that beneficiaries are under-qualified and need to develop job relevant skills for female versus male beneficiaries.” (Jackson, 2010) Who would have thought that there would have been an affirmative action program concerning sex and the difficulty of classes. For example in my high school cooking class there were no guys in the class. When we took Cooking II we put up fliers and offer free food samples in the hallways to drive the boys to the class. Most of those ideas were ineffective, but there was one idea that worked. We put up posters that talked about men not knowing how to
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