Gender Disparity In Segregation Schools

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Although the share of black children in segregated schools had dropped to 62.9 percent by the early 1980s, the subsequent lack of commitment by the federal government and multiple Supreme Court decisions antagonistic to school desegregation have led to a reversal," notes EPI.
Why does that matter? "Promoting school integration is important because — now as a half century ago — segregated schools are unequal schools," the report adds. "The more non-white students a school has the fewer resources it has. A 10 percent-point increase in the share of non-white students in a school is associated with a $75 decrease in per student spending."
The racial disparity in incarceration rates is bigger than it was in the 1960s: From Pew: "The incarceration
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Most of the Bible 's teachings about women are based upon the foundation laid in Genesis. It doesn 't matter whether we interpret the creation story in Genesis literally or figuratively; God 's intentions for men and women are spelled out clearly.
God created the woman as a helper for the man:
The LORD God said, "It is not good for the man to be alone. I will make a helper suitable for him." (NIV, Genesis 2:18)
However, being a helper does not imply that the woman was inferior or subservient to the man; the same Hebrew word, `ezer, translated as helper, is used to describe God, Himself, in Psalms 33:20, 70:5, 115:9-11. In fact, God created both men and women in His own image and made them equal custodians of all His creation:
So God created man in his own image, in the image of God he created him; male and female he created them. (Genesis 1:27)
It is not clear in what sense the husband was to rule over his wife, and this been the subject of much debate. Regardless of how Eve 's punishment was originally intended, this passage is key to understanding later Biblical teachings about women. The punishments on both Adam and Eve were clearly imposed by God Himself; God did not reduce women to inferior status, nor did He command men to rule harshly over their wives. However, in the course of history, it has sometimes been thought that God 's punishment of Eve was justification for degradation and subjugation of
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Women such as Deborah, Esther, Hannah, Huldah, Jochebed, Miriam, Noadiah, Rachel, Rebekah, Rahab, Ruth, and Sarah played important and decisive roles in Israel 's history.
As evidence of the equality of men and women, the Ten Commandments require children to honor both their father and mother:
"Honor your father and your mother, that your days may be prolonged in the land which the LORD your God gives you. (NAS, Exodus
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