The admissions test for Boston Latin and the city’s two other exam schools has not been shown to accurately predict students of color are likely to do in high school, according to the test-maker’s own study.

The Educational Records Bureau creates the ISEE, or Independent Schools Entrance Exam, that the Boston Public Schools uses for exam school admissions.

“We are looking to collect more data from more schools so that we can have more students from different demographic groups to do analysis by gender, by race/ethnicity,” said Rochelle Michel, the executive director of the New York-based nonprofit.

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