[caption id="attachment_119162" align="alignleft" width="150"] "Today's court ruling affirms [the district's] position that we did make reasonable accommodation to the student," the district said.[/caption]A Texas school district can transfer a student who is citing religious reasons for her refusal to wear a so-called “smart ID” card that is part of an electronic tracking system, a federal judge ruled on Jan. 8.

The parents of 15-year-old Andrea Hernandez had requested a preliminary injunction that would have prevented the school district from transferring their daughter from her San Antonio high school while the lawsuit...

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