Course credits may get nixed by colleges
All Christian high school graduates are now at risk of not being accepted by tax-supported public colleges.
U.S. District Court judge James Otero recently ruled against Calvary Chapel and Christian schools. Preferably, he ruled in favor of the University of California.
The judge said the University of California could withhold high school credits earned by student applicants whose Christian high school textbooks had a Biblical worldview.
His reasoning? Otero said Christian educators left out certain topics in science and history and did not teach critical thinking.
The case will be appealed.
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