After nearly two years of intense and bitter debate, test scores and grades will once again determine which San Francisco students will be admitted to Lowell High School after the city’s school board decided to revert to merit-based admissions on Wednesday. .
In a 4-3 split vote, the school board decided to reinstate the previous merit process after two years of using a lottery-based system. The vote will now apply to incoming freshmen in fall 2023 as well as future classes, unless the board takes further action in the future to change the admissions process.
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