Since there are two different institutes, which are given similar training, courses, financial opportunities or alumni reputation, and connections, in the long run we will work with the diversity of what we have learned in the institutes.
How does your policy contribute to educational diversity?
I am still not quite convinced due to the fact that I am not seeing how dividing the women into the different institutes contributes educational diversities. It seems to me like they are not getting the same advanced opportunities as you men, which fails to meet the requirements of the equal protection laws.
In conclusion, the court 7-to-1 decision, said that the VMI's male-only policy was found unconstitutional. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg stated, "exceedingly persuasive justification," because it failed to show gender-based admissions policy. Virginia failed to prove that they did not violate the Fourteenth amendment's equal protection clause.