The Young Women's Leadership School of East Harlem, formerly known as the The Young Women's Leadership Academy, is an all-girls charter school in Manhattan. The school's Wikipedia page contains an interesting statement:
While the American Civil Liberties Union prepared to sue [the school], it couldn't find a boy who wanted to attend it.
Wikipedia cites the following news article as a reference: https://www.amny.com/news/charter-school-will-be-a-first-for-girls/. However, this article contains only a single sentence about the ACLU, and no additional information:
When Young Women’s Leadership Academy opened, the American Civil Liberties Union readied a legal challenge, saying it discriminated against boys, but was unable to find a boy who wanted to attend the school.
I'd like to learn more about this potential legal challenge. However, I cannot find any additional information about it, and I'm starting to wonder whether it actually happened.
Did the ACLU ever prepare a legal challenge to The Young Women's Leadership School of East Harlem for gender discrimination, but drop the effort because they were unable to find a boy who wished to attend the school?