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What Constitutes Discrimination In School And What To Do About It?

At the start of 2014, the U.S. federal government issued a legal guidance that sets standards on how public schools should manage student behavior without violating the Civil Rights Act of 1964 that prohibits discrimination. This came after growing concerns that Africa-American and Latino students were disproportionately the subject of school disciplinary actions. If you … Continue reading

Rights of employees in Canada

In Canada, workplaces are increasingly implementing drug and alcohol testing. The Canadian law is yet to catch up with these latest developments due to the absence of any regulations permitting or prohibiting these types of tests. Labour courts and arbitrators establish rules using the case law criteria. Proponents of drug testing argue that it promotes … Continue reading

How are the current immigration laws and policies facilitating illegal child migration?

According to a Gallup research poll conducted in July 2014, a good percentage of Americans name immigration as the country‚Äôs main problem. Although America is a land populated by migrants, illegal migrants are regarded as a problem source because they do not have a ready means of sustaining themselves and as such are a great … Continue reading

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