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for the higher education have the responsibility to pursue the educational benefits that flow to all the learners from the diversity of the student’s body (Halbert & Ingulli, 2011).. However, this
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CONTEMPT ISSUES 3 provision also gives a clarification that these institutions should be afforded a deference that is considerable especially when defining the features that are intangible like the diversity of the student’s body that is essential during the educational admission. Even though the institution of the higher education is not in a position to define its goals of diversity as particular racial group or just assert its significance in the diversity writ large, the court claimed that the University of Texas had sufficiently articulated concrete and precise objectives in their policy of admissions which included the destruction of stereotypes and the enhancement of the cross-racial understanding. Q3. Yes. In all levels of education including the elementary, secondary and even the higher education, the Department is consistent in supporting efforts to enhance diversity. As noted by the Supreme Court, diversity has significance for all the students and the current students have to succeed in the societies that are diverse and those which offer global workforce.
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