In a case from Montana, conservative justices suggested they were inclined to rule for parents who seek to reinstate a state tax credit funding scholarships for use at religious schools.


A federal appeals court has upheld a plan limiting a parent's "unproductive" communications with school personnel over his daughters' education.


U.S. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. focused on civics education in his annual year-end report, saying "we have come to take democracy for granted."


A federal appeals court upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit alleging that Office Depot infringed copyright when it copied Eureka Math at the request of school districts.


The justices will use cases involving teachers who allege employment discrimination to further define the scope of the "ministerial exception" to job-bias laws for religious employers.


In a case being watched by educators and gun-control advocates, the justices are weighing New York City's former ban on transporting weapons from the home to outside the city.


Advocacy groups that emerged from recent mass school shootings seize an opportunity to urge the justices not to broaden the Second Amendment right to bear arms.


Two Christian schools wanted to have a prayer over the public-address system, but the Florida athletic authority said no. Now a lawsuit will proceed.


The justices refused to hear the appeal of Remington Arms Co. of a ruling allowing a suit over the 2012 mass shooting at in Newtown, Conn., to proceed.


The teachers' unions and other education groups support participants in Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, the Obama-era program that President Donald Trump's administration has sought to rescind since 2017.


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