On Friday, the Supreme Court announced it will decide which bathrooms transgender students are allowed to use in public schools.
It all stems from a case in Virginia. Gavin Grimm, a transgender teen, filed a lawsuit against his school district for the right to use the boys' bathroom.
The Obama administration tried to settle the issue. In May, the departments of Justice and Education released new guidelines requiring schools to allow students to use the bathroom that aligns with their gender identity. Thirteen states are fighting those guidelines.
A date for oral arguments at the Supreme Court hasn't been scheduled yet.