The case of Little Rock is about the government integration of Black student in a High School for white students to end segregation. On the first day of school, 9 black students, later called the "Little Rock 9", arrived at the school but thousands of people blocked them the aces to the school. Days after days, people protesting in front of Central High School has growing and the manifestations became violent. To make the government's decision to allow the black students attend that school, the president sent the 101st airborne division. They were escorting the students inside the school and making the order in the protestation. This is the first time a school accepted black students but it was not the last because it launched the integration of black students in schools all over the US.
Between the Belgian college case and the Central High School case, there are a lot of similarities. First, in both cases, citizens marched to protest the entrance of students in a school and in both cases those protests became violent. Therefore the government had to interfere with it. Then the cases led to a reform in the government. In Arkansas it led to the desegregation in laws and in Belgium to creating new governments for each region. A difference between the cases is that in Arkansas the student could stay in the school while in Leuven, the students had to leave the school and stayed without education during 3 years.