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    Education and Democracy: The Erosion of Disparate Impact and Future of Civil Rights in Education

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    This program will explore the disparate impact legal theory and its significance for protecting civil rights in education and addressing discrimination in a variety of areas, including school discipline disparities. Speakers will explore the history and significance of disparate impact as a leading legal theory and how recent attempts to erode it can impact students' civil rights and access to educational opportunities.

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    Education and Democracy: The Erosion of Disparate Impact and Future of Civil Rights in Education

    Event Details

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    Web

    Date

    Feb 27, 2020

    2020-02-27T15:00:00-05:00 2020-02-27T16:30:00-05:00 Education and Democracy: The Erosion of Disparate Impact and Future of Civil Rights in Education

    This program will explore the disparate impact legal theory and its significance for protecting civil rights in education and addressing discrimination in a variety of areas, including school discipline disparities. Speakers will explore the history and significance of disparate impact as a leading legal theory and how recent attempts to erode it can impact students' civil rights and access to educational opportunities.

    Sponsors

    Section of Civil Rights and Social Justice

    Panelists

    Adam Joseph Fernandez

    Damon Hewitt

    Hamida Labi

    Janell M Byrd-Chichester

    Jennifer Bellamy

    Lisa Cylar Barrett

    Liz King

    Tanya Clay-House

    Thomas Andrew Saenz

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