Lowell has for decades admitted students based on a score that takes into account grade-point average and test results while setting aside a limited number of spots for qualified students from underrepresented schools, making it one of the best public high schools in the country.
Because of the pandemic, however, there are no letter grades available from the spring due to a switch to a pass/fail system after the pandemic forced schools to close. In addition, the state canceled standardized tests.
The change applies to the next admission cycle only, although several board members expressed interest in extending the change permanently.
It’s only temporary… so far.
Where are the speeches about toxic Asian culture?