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Synonyms for segregate

set apart

Synonyms for segregate

Antonyms for segregate

someone who is or has been segregated

separate by race or religion

divide from the main body or mass and collect

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separate or isolate (one thing) from another and place in a group apart from others

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Les resultats revelent que loin de s'attenuer dans le temps, les ecarts selon l'origine sociale augmentent et contribuent a renforcer davantage la democratisation segregative.
Given the differences by race and class embedded in choice, (62) treating everyone alike almost guarantees segregative outcomes.
159) Thus, the Fordice Court suggested that, on remand, the court of appeals "examine, in light of the proper standard, each of the other policies now governing the State's university system that have been challenged or that are challenged on remand in light of the standard that [the Supreme Court] articulate[d]" for their possible segregative effects.
With federal courts, and eventually the Supreme Court in 1974, holding that school district boundaries could not be swept aside to integrate students, absent evidence that those boundaries had been adopted with segregative intent, suburban whites were exempted from any responsibility to personally assist black advancement.
The slowly emerging recognition of the excesses of centuries of segregative responses and of the value of community-based supports and services ought to have augured for minimally coercive legislation.
I do not wish to argue for or against the demands of campus agitators, for or against standards of academic integrity, or for or against the validity of segregative practices in university environments.
Five chapters engage the resort to or experience within segregative institutions, and four canvass aspects of psychiatric research, theory and professionalization.
Notwithstanding an opinion expressed by the California Attorney General in 1929 that indicated segregation of Latinos could not be defended under California law, segregative practices continued to flourish (Bowman, 2001, p 10).
ali'interno della scuola, ai fine di abbattere le forme segregative e autosegregative, potrebbe essere ritenuta fine a se stessa, circoscritta all' <<oasi scolastica>> se l'ambiente esterno presentera nuovamente forti ostacoli di tipo discriminatorio (26).
Supreme Court in its opinion legitimated the practice and thereby helped protect school systems that implemented segregative policies.
This politically safer approach, the anticlassification doctrine, encountered difficulty when the Court faced de facto segregation in the northern school districts, where there were no facially segregative school policies but schools were segregated nonetheless.
In Keyes, the high court held "that a finding of intentionally segregative school board action in a meaningful portion of a school system .
Il demeure neanmoins pertinent parce qu'il represente une structure segregative specifique, organisee en fonction du centre-ville.
Legal disability imposes a total incapacity to the subject/child in his/her subjective-symbolic condition, reverting, thus, to the pragmatic value of the segregative function it implies.