The Brown v. Board of Education case demonstrated the methods by which the legislation can have an effect on society and the ways in which society can affect the way the Constitution is considered. In this case the legislation affected society when the courtroom ruled towards segregation; this forced society to start to combine and eventually led to racial equality. The case demonstrated that society can affect the way the Constitution is seen when the court decided to rule segregation at school unconstitutional even though it had beforehand been dominated constitutional within the Supreme Court case Plessy v. Ferguson (The Learning Network, 2012). At the time of the Plessy v. Ferguson case society brought about the segregation to be viewed as constitutional, then later as society modified, it triggered Brown v. Board of Education case to rule against segregation.
Sahlberg is a Finnish educator and scholar. He worked as a …Continue reading