Tuesday, May 29, 2007

10 Percent Plan Survives in Texas

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Again, if unlimited resource are available, there would be no arguments. The problem is exactly that the resources is not unlimited. So selection is a must. The question is, however, how can you predict who will provide the best interest for the public. The only reasonable approach is based on previous performance and this is where the admission policy comes in. Given all resource are equal, objective measurements is the only logical way. The un-equal in resource is what brought all these public policies.

Suppose that all high school are equal(demograpic etc...) , then that state is in a better position to impose this rule. However, when this situation is achieved, an objective measurement may be a even better criteria simply because this remove the human factors.

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