Religious school faculty not exempt from anti-discrimination laws 

SJC case could affect hiring by religious institutions 

A CHRISTIAN COLLEGE cannot classify all its faculty as “ministers” if they do not have explicitly religious duties, the Supreme Judicial Court ruled Friday, in a decision that could have a major impact in affirming that religious institutions are subject to anti-discrimination laws in their hiring decisions.   The Massachusetts court ruling, involving a former professor at(...)

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