gender and social class since affirmative action changes society slowly by

Gender and social class since affirmative action

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gender, and social class since affirmative action changes society slowly by slowly so that everyone is treated fairly. Wednesday Write something else, that you learned from the assigned readings on affirmative action. In this post, try to connect to what you have learned so far, about race, and gender, and social class. (Yes, we did write about this before. Let's write some more ;-) In session 9.3, I can see that white students are more likely to be admitted and enroll in their first-choice schools. The student's first-choice schools are usually the best and top 10 choices, very competitive and famous university. Which sometimes those top universities are out of states and they do not priorities international students and out of states students. For example, the University of California's acceptance rate is very small and for international students, it is very rare for us to get accepted there. It is either you are very smart as Einstein or you are just very lucky to be accepted. Not only that, in 1987, the University of North Carolina was trying to solve the problem of more women than men in the entering 1 st year class by implementing a quota of one woman for every two men and also Harvard had a 40% cap on entering 1 st year women. What is the problem of having majorities of women as their students? I, as a woman, would want to learn and study at the University of North Carolina and Harvard. I know that both universities
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