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Civil Rights Act of 1964: Equity in the Admission Process

Please provide assistance answering the following questions which are related to the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
1. What criteria should be used in the admission process?
2. What is the difference between the meaning of equity or that of equality?
3. What are the goals to be achieved in disestablishing the Dual System of Higher Education?
4. Are historically black institutions unconstitutional?

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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1. What criteria should be used in the admission process?

The criteria that should be used for admissions is predicated upon ensuring that students' are diverse at institutions by assembling classes that are exceptional academically and representative of broad diversity (OAG, 2012).

2. What is the difference between the meaning of equity or that of equality?

Equity factors in aspects of systems that have traditionally placed groups such as minorities at disadvantages. This would equate to the reasoning for affirmative action admission programs that attempt to represent fairness by the equality of outcomes. ...

Solution Summary

The Civil Rights Act of 1964 is examined in the solution. Equity in the admission process is determined.

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