How would you advertise your new product or service to your target market (be sure to include specific (names, i.e. Toronto Star Newspaper) and multiple examples (at least 3) in your answer? As well, please explain you chose these specific advertising mediums, and add some numbers to support your arguments.
How would your price your product or service to breakeven and make a huge profit? Please use estimated costs and other numbers in your answer.
2.3 USA In search of the racial discrimination history with access to right to education in America, there are many examples. Segregation among children in public school, teens in high schools, youth in colleges and universities were actively accessing all over the states of America. People from Africa, Chin, Mexico and other places have brought by ships for slaving. These slaves have different zones to live and to lead life. These slaves have leaved forever in the United States after the end of slave period. This is a huge factor of mixed origin and America. In slave period American National Schools had controlled by the white Americans and probably the convention stays into the vein. The first amendment had passed in 1923 by Meyer. v. Nebraska that supports the desegregation. After Civil War the United States of America had prohibited slavery and then white students and black students got different schools for learning. According to the separate-but-equal policy schools of black students should be funded as the schools of white students. The opportunities must be same as well, but the fact was different, schools of black students became low in that regard. Therefore, some students had tried to get good education in better schools and that brought some incidents. Two case studies can showcase the scenario of nineteenth century’s education in US. 2.3.1 McLaurin v Oklahoma University case The appeal was to get equal opportunity in completing masters’ degree from a school supported by the state under Oklahoma University. The appellant was a Negro citizen. There are separate rows in classrooms, library and cafeteria for black students. The appellant had permission to use each and every specified infrastructure of the institution, though that right hadn’t been framed properly. Lack of loyal interpretation to get his personal rights made him an appellant of the US jurisdiction. The case has petitioned in 1950. The student had differentiated from his fellows in the institution, the student had stayed segregated always in the institution, and the student had failed to receive hi>GET ANSWER