Yes, it bridges the disparity between minority and non-minority students and workers
Yes, it is important for the social welfare and diversity of the country
No, it encourages individuals to identify themselves as "disadvantaged"
No, it provides a basis for "reverse-discrimination"
No, it is devalues the accomplishments of both those who it benefits and those it does not
It is necessary for gender, but not race
It is necessary for race, but not gender
Other, please specify
~Following My Own Flow~
if a kid has not been adequately fed, or arrives at school without enough sleep, or is concerned about his/her family's physical well being, it is not surprising the student's focus would be on those needs instead of school work
not a desirable circumstance, but one which explains the disparity of achievement
but (supposedly) being from the minority community and thus having what you believe to be a superior insight into the black culture, explain what about my statement is wrong