The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit has rejected an appeal of a lower court's ruling rejecting a challenge by advocates for some religious high schools to the admissions standards used by the University of California. The challenge came from schools that claim they are suffering discrimination based on their religious views (many of which do not involve belief in evolution). But the university has maintained -- and the appeals court agreed -- that it was using academic judgment in appropriate ways to decide which high school courses meet entry requirements.
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