A New York high school reversed its decision to ban Christian students from forming a club under the threat of a federal discrimination lawsuit.
Administrators at Ward Melville High School in Long Island said they will grant Students United in Faith permission to meet on campus.
“Please be advised the district has decided to alter its position on this issue,” wrote John Sheahan, an attorney for the Three Village Central School District. “In light of this change, the district will grant SUIF recognition as a student group for the 2014-15 school year and reverses any contrary decision.”
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