Two Boston city councilors are calling for a hearing into the admissions process at the city’s public exam schools following a recent report that found that black and Latino students who perform as well on the MCAS exam as their white and Asian peers still have a much lower chance of being admitted.

Council president Andrea Campbell and councilor Kim Janey said Monday that admission policies at the school system’s three exam schools — Boston Latin School, Boston Latin Academy, and the O’Bryant School of Math and Science — are “not working for students of color.”

“Our exam schools are among the best public schools in the country, yet they do not reflect the great diversity of the Boston public schools,” Janey said in a statement.

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