The Cape May Technical High School has agreed to make its admissions process more equitable for disabled students.
Acting Attorney General John Hoffman announced the settlement on Tuesday.
The Civil Rights Division had found the public high school in Middle Township had a significantly lower percentage of students enrolled who are classified as having disabilities compared with other schools.
Under the settlement, the school has removed from its applications all questions concerning whether a student is disabled.
The school says the changes are voluntary and it admits no wrongdoing.
The school prepares students for careers in fields such as automotive repair, medical services, and computer information and technology.
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