Now, she peered closer at the box revealing the number of black students admitted to the incoming freshman class.
“Our 32 black students and 47 Hispanic students fill three classrooms.
That same year, the school gained national notoriety — and stirred outrage from local black activists — after it elected a white student to lead the school’s Black Student Union.
Programs like these cost an average of $2,100 each year, according to the Thomas Jefferson student newspaper.
And the superintendent’s office is considering revisions to the Thomas Jefferson admissions policy, which was last updated in 2013.