A federal appeals court rules that coaches may be liable when they expose students to harm by having them return to play after a suspected concussion.


The U.S. Supreme Court justice tells a forum that she is working to make sure popular civics games reach those struggling with English.


A volume from the Hoover Institution analyzes the late U.S. Supreme Court justice's views on race in education, school choice, and other areas.


The Kenosha district urges the justices to resolve whether schools must allow transgender students to use facilities corresponding to their gender identity.


The court says the coach spoke as a public employee when he prayed on the field, and a school district's discipline did not violate his rights.


Connecticut's highest court says the hefty damages award against the Hotchkiss School over a student's tick-borne illness does not go against state policy.


The predominantly white town argues that it was not motivated by race and that taking control of four schools would not harm racial balance.


The appeal involves a predominantly white district carved out of a larger county system despite a judge's finding that the move was racially motivated.


There are mixed reactions to a report that the Justice Department is recruiting lawyers to investigate and potentially sue colleges and universities over racial preferences.


The lawsuit claims that an African-American student was enrollment at a St. Louis charter school for allegedly discriminatory reasons.


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