De Facto segregation is constitutional and comes as a result of some residential housing patterns being segregated from others. There is no de facto segregation of residences in San Antonio (Lesson 9).
Title VI means that the law does not allow the use of national origin, race or color as a basis of discrimination or denial of benefits when it comes to federal programs. Title VII is a law created to eliminate discrimination of people at work based on their racial differences among others.
It is a principle requirement or the 14th amendment in a constitution stating that if a citizen is not granted the life, liberty or property interests by the federal government, he or she has to get a notice and the chance to be heard (Lesson 9). The principle is more formal when it comes to the dismissal of teachers than in cases where the students get suspended.
Exempt employees do not have FLSA protection, hence not entitled to get overtime payments (Walsh, Kemerer & Maniotis, 2010). Non-exempt employees have to get the minimum wage and payment for overtime if working 40 hours in a ...Show more