Yesterday the U.S. Supreme Court denied certiorari in C.F. v. Corbett, (Docket No. 11-759). In the case, former high school student Chad Farnan claimed that in his sophomore Advanced Placement European History class, teacher James Corbett violated the Establishment clause by making statements that were hostile toward religion in general and Christianity in particular. The 9th Circuit dismissed the case on mootness and qualified immunity grounds. (See prior posting.) The Orange County Register reports on the Supreme Court's refusal to review the decision.