The California Supreme Court announced Wednesday afternoon that it would not change the passing score on the state’s bar exam.

The decision came despite calls from across academia to lower the so-called “cut” score, the nation’s second-highest behind only Delaware. The Law School Admission Council Inc., a California State Bar committee stocked with law school deans, recommended in August that the Supreme Court reduce the bar exam passing score by up to 6.25 percent.

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