A Latino group filed a discrimination complaint Monday, arguing that charter schools have become an unequal public school system that “discriminates against students of color.”

The Centro De Comunidad Y Justica (CCJ) filed the complaint with the U.S. Office of Civil Rights after the Idaho Public Charter School Commission published data showing disproportionally low charter school enrollment by Latino, low-income, disabled and limited English proficiency students.

The CCJ said it recognized the benefits of charter schools, yet it seeks “equal opportunity and representation” for all students in those schools.

The complaint was filed against Idaho State Department of Education, the Idaho State Board of Education, the Idaho Charter School Commission and Idaho’s 48 charter schools and their boards of directors.

See the full complaint here.