Data used by feds to assert discrimination in Manchester schools to be reviewed
Gatsas has been highly critical of the group's findings, which suggested that minority students were being steered away from advanced courses.
Gatsas, however, said that the work of the group should take place under the auspices of the school board and insisted that a special school board committee be created, on which three board members would sit.
The meeting will take place at City Hall at 3 p.m.
One central question will likely concern the data that the OCR cited to make its case that minority student were disproportionately under-enrolled in Advanced Placement courses in the high schools, which Gatsas has called "slanted.”
"We're prepared to go through that and explain how that data came about," she said.
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