The court revives the suit of a Chicago school building engineer who alleges that his supervisor addressed him with a racial slur and other racially charged language.
In a case with implications for monetary penalties in the juvenile justice system, the court rules that the Eighth Amendment's bar against excessive fines applies to the states.
The justices turned down review of a Kentucky law that prohibits anyone to direct speech or conduct to a school employee that disrupts or interferes with school activities.
The justices will weigh Secretary of Commerce Wilbur L. Ross Jr.'s decision to restore a citizenship question, which could depress response rates and affect the allocation of education funding.
The court rejected a family's First Amendment challenge to a Maryland school district's lessons on the Islamic faith as part of a high school world history course.
The American Enterprise Institute hosted a panel to reconsider the U.S. Supreme Court's 1973 decision that there is no fundamental constitutional right to education.
A student who has lived with his grandmother since 2014 is still homeless under federal law, and his district of origin must enroll him, a federal appeals court has ruled.
The justices declined to hear the appeal of a football coach dismissed for praying on the field, but four justices suggested a need for greater clarity on educator speech rights.
A federal appeals court rules that a vendor has no First Amendment right to participate in a school district's forum for the sale and rental of musical instruments.
In a ruling that highlighted ways the U.S. Census affects school funding, a judge rejected the U.S. commerce secretary's decision to add a citizenship question in 2020.