In her 27 years on the court, Ginsburg was a stalwart vote for sex equity in schools, expansive desegregation remedies, strict separation of church and state, and against broader drug testing of students.

U.S. Supreme Court Justice Neil M. Gorsuch implored K-12 students on Zoom to study the U.S. Constitution and prepare to become the next generation that will try to protect it and achieve its ideals.

A California state judge ordered Immanuel Schools in Reedley, Calif., to end in-person instruction to comply with COVID-19-related public health orders.

The Trump administration argues that the U.S. Supreme Court's decision that federal law protects transgender employees does not apply to transgender athletes in school.

The court revived a key part of a lawsuit filed by a Louisiana high school student who alleges that he faced harassment from a school administrator over the student's dyed hair.

Challengers of state executive orders, to open schools for in-person instruction in some places and keep them closed in others, are having difficulty getting meaningful relief from the courts.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit turned aside a challenge to California's history and social science content standards and curriculum framework.

A Nebraska middle school student alleges her teacher cut her off during a discussion about athletes kneeling during the national anthem in support of Black Lives Matter.

A state appellate court indicated it was likely to side with Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis and his administration's emergency order requiring schools to open for brick-and-mortar instruction.

Immanuel Schools in Reedley, Calif., has already defeated a county's effort for a temporary restraining order seeking to shut it down. The state supreme court has been asked to weigh in on the issue.

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