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افتراضي Affirmative Action Comprehensive Writing Model-7
قديم بتاريخ : 06-23-2015 الساعة : 06:20 PM

When recruiters scout a baseball player, they look purely at player's abilities. If the player is not good enough, he is sent to the Minor Leagues. If he proves himself there, he gets moved into the Major Leagues. There is no affirmative action program in baseball. Let us say they were required by the government to properly represent the community by recruiting a player who is above 40 years old. There are qualified people in this group such as Nolan Ryan and Cal Ripken, but only a few. So the scout recruits the best player in that age group as possible. This player then gets dropped from the Major Leagues because he is not playing well enough. Thus, his esteem could be hurt, other teams could note his failure, and his career may end. Where as, he could have had a great career in the Minor Leagues and possibly have ended up playing a few years in the Major Leagues. Sports recruitment is based solely on performance. African Americans have become the majority of players in the NBA. This is because they have worked hard to beat their competition. You do not see big movements by the ill-represented white, Asian, or Hispanic community to have their groups recruited. They understand that they are not being recruited because of their lack of abilities.
Minorities should not be accepted into a prestigious college if they do not meet the academic standards. Instead they should look into going to a less high-pressure college. White students have been doing this all along. There is no affirmative action for them. They go to the college that is best suited towards their current academic stance. If they perform well, then they can move up. Our goal should not be to push students into a situation they are unprepared for, but instead to prepare them for the situation beforehand.
The fundamental problem lies with primary and secondary schooling. The government needs to provide more funding for these schools. In fact students in urban schools are not even getting the books they need. 21 out of 24 students interviewed in the San Francisco Bay Area reported there were not enough books to go around in their classes (Dedomenico). After providing more funding, the government should research programs that enhance the learning for minority students. If students are given a quality education like the majority of white students, there will be no problems getting them into the top colleges. The minority community can also improve the situation by promoting learning and getting their peers to hold education at a higher level.
The notion of quota guidelines in the enrollment of minority student in public universities should be eliminated. Schools should be able to retain the right to enroll some minority students based on the added values of diversification. Quotas hurt minorities in many ways. Minorities are being discriminated against on college campuses. Those enrolled as quota fillers usually wind up dropping out, unduly jeopardizing their college careers. Also, students knowing they may have been admitted only due to affirmative action obtain lower self-esteems. Stopping the use of quota based enrollment will send ripples through our educational system, and help improve the quality of education for minorities. Society as a whole will benefit.
Think of this, a man is ignored and shut out at work because everyone thinks he got his job because of his color. The problem is, he was more qualified than every other person, black or white, that applied for the job, and he is treated like he is not qualified. This whole situation should be avoided. Our affirmative action policies in America need to be changed. The ways that people look at each other is different in the workplace because everyone wonders if they or a co-worker has gotten their job due to affirmative action. Minorities think that affirmative action is used to help past wrongs, but whites see it as a form of reverse discrimination. People say that unqualified minorities get jobs from more qualified whites, and
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