Thomas Jefferson High Shows Modest Gains In Diversity

After implementing a policy to increase minority enrollment at the county's magnet school for science and technology last year, officials at Thomas Jefferson say only small improvements have been made in creating a more racially and ethnically diverse student body.

Maria Glod reported the original story about the new admissions policy in 2004. Her update from yesterday's paper is here.

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