Teachers challenge the New York City Board of Education

Minority teacher plaintiffs have challenged the New York City Board of Education, saying that they violated Title VII of the Civil Rights Act by requiring teachers to take a licensing exam.
The teachers argued that the test impacted minority test-takers. Caucasian test-takers passed at a higher rate, and in addition, that the test did not measure whether experienced teachers were qualified.

 

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