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محمد صالح بحرالدين محمد ص
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افتراضي Affirmative Action Comprehensive Writing Model-6
قديم بتاريخ : 06-23-2015 الساعة : 06:19 PM

following part d and researching standardized tests will help. Schools use national standardized tests as one of their major guidelines for recruitment. I do not believe these tests to be racially biased towards white students. I have an African American friend who I went through primary and secondary school with. I know how smart he is, and his standardized test scores show exactly his level of knowledge. Since schools are not finding enough qualified students to enroll in the university they are admitting minority students who are not up to par with their counterparts.
The average SAT scores were 288 points below the Berkeley average for black students admitted before the removal of affirmative action (Krauthammer 22). The admittance statistics for California after inacting proposition 209 are thought provoking. Black and Hispanic admissions are down significantly at the two top campuses in the University of California, Berkeley and UCLA. Black admittance to Berkeley and UCLA is down 57% and 43% respectively. Hispanic admittance is down 40% and 33%. The drop was far less dramatic for the whole college, which includes six more campuses. The total drop was 17.6% for blacks and 6.9% for Hispanics (Krauthammer 23). This shows the large number of non-qualified minority students that were enrolled in the prestigious colleges. I say non-qualified because of their dropout rate and their much lower SAT average. On the other hand, the door was not shut to minority students. These students were enrolled into the less academically rigorous colleges in C!alifornia where they more likely met the standards, and succeeded.
The quotas that schools use for the enrollment of minorities harm minorities themselves. First of all, affirmative action hurts their campus environment. White students as a whole look down upon minority students. They generalize that all minority students were accepted only due to affirmative action. Where as the white students had to work hard to achieve the academic standards of the university. Minority students that do meet the standards and maybe even outperform their white counterparts are being unjustly discriminated against. How do you think they feel about people of their race who get admitted solely due to affirmative action? The discrimination is pointed out by Ernie Sandoval, a Hispanic college student in California, "I consider affirmative action to be reverse discrimination, and I think affirmative action is counterproductive. I think it helped the African American community throughout the '70s for a while and women. But at this point it is dividing the races" (Morin and Warden). Also, the students accepted because they had to fill a quota probably do not have much respect for themselves. With the elimination of quotas students can take pride in knowing that they got accepted because of their academic achievements. Maria Prado from Los Angeles who was rejected by San Diego, and UCLA, but approved by Los Angeles shows how great pride is. "I think that taking away affirmative action has hurt me in a way. But in a way, I think it is better because they don't emphasize who you are but what you can do" (Bronner Referendum).
Quotas help minority students get accepted into college, but they do not help them graduate. The dropout rate for blacks at Berkeley was 42% compared to 16% for whites (Krauthammer 23). What is the point of students getting accepted into a college that they are not academically prepared for and then failing to graduate? The students who drop out have wasted money, and are "artificially turned into failures by being admitted to high-pressure campuses, where only students with exceptional academic backgrounds can survive" (Krauthammer 24). They may become discouraged and quit school all together.
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