The Illinois State Board of Education has accredited the state’s first digital public elementary college, the Chicago Virtual Charter School. The mother and father claimed their children’s rights, as protected by the equal protection clause of the 14th amendment, had been being violated. Still, they insisted that whites-only and blacks-solely colleges in Topeka have been of equal high quality in terms of services, the qualifications of teachers, transportation, and what they were taught.
Thus, concerned and offended dad and mom shaped advocacy groups to help bring the educational needs of children with disabilities into the general public eye. In addition they claimed that segregated faculties were not dangerous to black youngsters...Read More