1. How does focusing on curriculum affs make debate better/more predictable?
2. How does waiver authority work?
4. Can you kick planks/states?
5. How does the aff actually disrupt this innovative learninng?
6. Are you saying we shouldn't call out teachers for being racist?
7. How does the aff cause "different treatment"?
8. How do we make the OCR do data collection?
9. Why wouldn't outside policies and funding solve?
10. Is there a single warrant in the 1nc that says the OCR will stop functioning if they lose a few employees and searchable online public database?
11. If we are step towards solving these discriminatory policies wouldn't we help the OCR's workload?
12. Why are we "the federal education debate" that you claim leads to your impact?
13. Wouldn't fiat solve?
14. Is there an I/L between the bill not passing and no more banks or whatever?
15. berezow and campbell meaning? how does it apply to the debate? Is it talking about the same type of framing we do in debate?
16. Silliman 3 seems to be talking about racist impacts of policy options that would doom solvency how does this support your framing?
17. How do you weigh possibilistic thinking?
18. If you believed these disads were possible why wouldn't you be trying to stop these impacts in the real world?
19. Circumvents argg how does it apply because we don't use courts?