Tangible V. Intangible Factors That Segregation Of Children In Public Schools

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4. The Court believes that segregation of children in public schools solely on the basis of race has deprive the children of the minority group of equal educational opportunities.The reasoning behind the Court's decision dealt with the issue of tangible v. intangible factors as they pertain to public education. The Court referred to the segregated law schools for Negros that could not provide them equal educational opportunities as a intangible factor. Colored children not having the ability to study, to engage in discussions and exchange views with other children referred to the unequal educational opportunities in segregated law schools. The separation of colored children with other children with similar age and qualifications because
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