Moms Protest Fairfax School Board over Refusal to Honor Ruling versus Discriminatory Admissions Policy

Since the grassroots union of minority mommies and their kids won their anti-discrimination claim tough the Fairfax County Public Schools’ equity admissions policy, the school board has declined to comply with the choice, continuing with lawsuits in the hopes of reversing the court’s judgment.

On Thursday night, the Coalition for Thomas Jefferson, the grassroots company that’s been combating to bringback the competitive high school’s merit-based admission requirements, gathered at the Fairfax school board conference to concern its members.

After rallying priorto the conference, Asra Nomani, the Asian vice president of non-profit Parents Defending Education, took the lectern to “hold the school board

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