A federal appeals court rules that a teacher who disparaged students in personal blog posts was not protected by the First Amendment from dismissal.


A federal appeals court reinstates a New York state teacher's lawsuit claiming he was discriminated against by his school district based on his Hispanic ethnicity.


A gym teacher is not liable in the death of a non-swimmer who had to stay in the pool, where he ingested water into his lungs.


The court upheld a district's decision to opt out of a school choice program; the district claimed it is still subject to a federal desegregation order.


The court holds that a Mississippi student's off-campus rap recordings that allude to shooting two teachers is not protected by the First Amendment.


A federal appeals court revived an 8th grade girl's Title IX case against an Alabama district involving an alleged rape in a school bathroom.


School districts must provide spouses in same-sex marriages the same benefits as those for opposite-sex couples, according to a new guide from education groups.


As the U.S. Supreme Court plans to revisit affirmative action in higher education, a new report sheds light on the use of race in admissions.


A district had grounds to dismiss an imam from his middle school job for disregarding orders to stop leaving school early to conduct services at his mosque, a court says.


A federal appeals court has upheld a Florida law that requires teacher performance evaluations to be based in part on student test scores.


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