WASHINGTON D.C. -- The Supreme Court held off on a major ruling on the issue of affirmative action in school admissions.
The court made the announcement on Monday and sent the Fisher V. University of Texas at Austin case back to a lower court to review.
In a seven to one decision on the case, the Justices argued the lower court used the wrong standards to evaluate the Texas college's admission policies.
The case will now be heard in the Fifth Circuit of Appeals. CBS reports the ruling tees up the issue for the court to reconsider next year, when it will review another affirmative action case.
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