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Le second type, la << democratisation segregative >>, fait plutot reference au mouvement inverse au premier.
Designing charter schools primarily for poor and/or minority students contributes greatly to their segregative impact.
159) Thus, the Fordice Court suggested that, on remand, the court of appeals "examine, in light of the proper standard, each of the other policies now governing the State's university system that have been challenged or that are challenged on remand in light of the standard that [the Supreme Court] articulate[d]" for their possible segregative effects.
The complicity of exploitative and hegemonic practice is further underscored by the astonishing fact that the actual Sas photograph--as Dominee Steenkamp enthusiastically explains--was reprinted as a postcard to help fund an ACVV (6) project to remove white children from the care of "coloured" foster parents to all-white orphanages, a project that simultaneously testifies to an interwoven history and aims to efface it by means of institutional segregative practice.
Japanese parents who prefer inclusion to segregation in schooling have had to fight against segregative views of disabilities.
De meme, la diffusion du discours developpementaliste durant le deuxieme apres-guerre (voir Escobar, 1995), semble aussi avoir renforce l'imaginaire mexicain par rapport a la distinction segregative entre la musique des << sousdeveloppes >> (a eviter) et celle des pays developpes (convoitee).
It is worth considering why such segregative rules prevailed, and more to the point what were its effects on the young men who became residents with bachelor status at the university colleges and London's Inns of Court.
The slowly emerging recognition of the excesses of centuries of segregative responses and of the value of community-based supports and services ought to have augured for minimally coercive legislation.
I do not wish to argue for or against the demands of campus agitators, for or against standards of academic integrity, or for or against the validity of segregative practices in university environments.
Five chapters engage the resort to or experience within segregative institutions, and four canvass aspects of psychiatric research, theory and professionalization.
Notwithstanding an opinion expressed by the California Attorney General in 1929 that indicated segregation of Latinos could not be defended under California law, segregative practices continued to flourish (Bowman, 2001, p 10).
Supreme Court in its opinion legitimated the practice and thereby helped protect school systems that implemented segregative policies.