The U.S. Supreme Court met today and with a conclusion not to hear an approval from a Pennsylvania student who claimed their high school regulation violated their privacy.

In layman's terms, students from Boyertown Area School District in central Pennsylvania went to court after the high school began allowing their transgender classmates to use locker rooms and restrooms based on gender identity. Opening those areas to transgender students could cause others to feel harassed, violating a federal law that bans discrimination on the basis of sex, the students state.