Should educational centers be penalized for not facilitating socio-economic mobility? Why or why not? Illustrate your answer with relevant case studies.
"include positive discrimination in the form of quotas or preferential selection methods, which aim to assist institutions to meet participation targets" (Bibbings 2006, p. 83)
"entail the use of positive action to promote equality of opportunity and, thus, seek to assist disadvantaged groups to compete more effectively" (Bbibbings 2006, p. 83)
I concluded in my paper that any kind of discrimination should be penalized, either "positive" or negative. What good is "eliminating" discrimination by substituting one type for another?? All it does is promote and even create tension amid the population!
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