Posted by Wesley R. Elsberry on June 28, 2006 10:26 AM

It looks like the case of six private school students against the University of California system will go forward to trial, as reported by Sean Nealon. The UC system sets course standards for admission, and has not approved certain courses, including biology, offered at the Christian private schools that the students attend. The students claim a violation of free speech and religious rights. The judge hearing arguments on UC’s motion to dismiss has said that he is leaning toward sending this one to trial.

Update: See also my post on the Austringer and Ed Brayton’s longer discussion on Dispatches from the Culture Wars.