Monday, December 19, 2005

UC Admissions v. Christian High School Classes

More on the very interesting lawsuit regarding the UC system's refusal to give credit for certain classes taught in private Christian high schools.

The article mentions that UC "has approved courses from other schools on Buddhism, Islam, Jewish history and the effects of feminism and counterculture on literature but turned down Calvary's submissions in history and literature, as well as a government class titled Special Providence: Christianity and the American Republic."

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