Va. High School Accused Of Sabotaging Students Access To Scholarships In The Name Of ‘Equity ‘

Administrators of a top rated high school in the nation, Thomas Jefferson, are being accused of sabotaging their own students by escalating a war on merit. Parents say, administrators withheld notifying them in the name of equity. That means, students lost out on scholarships. One America’s Stella Escobedo spoke to one mom, Asra Nomani, who’s son earned the national merit recognition, but she didn’t find out two years after he graduated.