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AbstractThis paper will discuss how the Fourteenth Amendment impacts schools today It will discuss how the government passed laws to make sure all students have an equal opportunity these laws reinforce the Fourteenth AmendmentUnited States has always been known as the land of opportunity People from all parts of the world immigrated to the United States to be free and have opportunity Throughout our history we as Americans have struggled with equal rights We have come a long way but equal rights always have been and always will be a huge part of American history To protect Americans there have been many laws to insure these equal rights One Amendment that still impacts todays classrooms is the Fourteenth Amendment The Fourteenth Amendment provides equal treatment to all American citizens Today we see that the Fourteenth Amendment plays a role in desegregation students with disabilities and English learners The many laws and organizations that supports desegregation students with disabilities and English learners help demonstrate equal treatment for allThroughout history schools have discriminated against students based on the color of their skin In 1886 the government added the Fourteenth Amendment According to Spring 2012 In the Fourteenth Amendment the US Constitution provides that everyone should receive equal treatment by the law an no one should receive special privileges or treatment because of race gender religion ethnicity or wealth pg107-108 What this means is that everyone should be treated equally with no special treatment Up until the Civil Rights Act white students would attend white only schools and blacks would attend black only schools The white students would receive a better education then the black students This is not following the Fourteenth Amendment White students were clearly getting special treatment because of their race The black students were not being treated equally In 1964 the government passed the Civil Rights Act The passage of this act was important because It gave the federal government control over
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