A federal appeals court holds that a Massachusetts school district is not liable for student bullying of a middle school student.
In a 50-year-old case, the judge ordered the Cleveland, Miss., district to consolidate its two high schools and two middle schools to achieve desegregation.
U.S. Supreme Court justices unanimously set aside lower court rulings in the Affordable Care Act contraceptive-mandate cases, which involve a number of religious schools and colleges.
The justices will weigh a copyright dispute over the design of cheerleader uniforms between the industry leader and an upstart company.
The justices give greater protection to teachers and other public employees from adverse job actions based on superiors' perceptions of the workers' First Amendment activities.
A group alleging that Kansas science standards will result in anti-religious instruction in public schools lacked standing, the federal appeals court in Denver ruled.
A federal appeals court says deference must be given to federal guidance that schools must treat transgender students in conformity with the students' gender identity.
In a case with implications for schools, the justices weigh the program that offers relief from deportation for unauthorized immigrant parents of U.S. children.
A lawsuit seeks to hold the New York City schools liable for student violence and bullying, a standard two other recent suits failed to meet.