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Please respond to the latest School Leadership 2.0 survey

The midterm elections are behind us and the 2024 Presidential Election looms in the future.  Which of the following contests would you prefer in 2024?

A repeat of Trump vs. Biden

Another Republican candidate vs. Biden

Another Democratic candidate vs. Trump

Two other candidates  competing

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Results of the survey of November 20, 2022

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The Supreme Court appears ready to rule that the race-conscious admissions programs at Harvard and the UNC were unlawful, a move that would overrule decades of precedents.  Such a decision would jeopardize affirmative action at colleges and universities around the nation, particularly elite institutions, decreasing the representation of Black and Latino students and bolstering the number of white and Asian ones.  How do you stand on this issue?

Race-conscious admission programs should remain legal. - 54.6%

Race-conscious admission programs should be illegal.-----45.4%

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It only seems right; to correct many decades of discriminatory policy in the other direction. Think of it as a reparation.

Conscious of students' background & origins (race) is necessary for a diverse community. If programs meet geographical and financial reqs, this too is a conscious choice. Too many facets in admissions to rule that race is THE unlawful one.

I believe that race-conscious admissions programs must remain legal as we have not gone far enough with respect to ensuring educational equity for all students.

While I believe that there is more modern language than "affirmative action" I believe that all institutions should be aware and conscious of the diversity of members that work, learn, live there. Balance, equity should be the focus.

While I support all and any extra help for needy students, I oppose all discrimination based upon race.

Schools strive to create diverse classes using a variety of metrics including race, ethnicity and socio economic status. Removing a key element from the formula may result in less diversity. However, UC Berkeley has adapted to the CA ban.

Equality for ALL. It must not be based on religion, ethnic background, or race.

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