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.
The federal 9th Circuit appeals court revives a challenge to a state law that prohibits a so-called ethnic studies curriculum.
The justices agreed to decide whether to overrule a nearly 40-year-old precedent that authorizes teachers' unions to collect service fees from those who refuse to join.
The justices jumped back into the debate over affirmative action in higher education, granting review of a race-conscious admissions plan at the University of Texas at Austin.
In his majority opinion, Justice Anthony M. Kennedy said marriage "safeguards children and families and thus draws meaning from related rights of childrearing, procreation, and education."
On two issues with implications for schools, health care and housing discrimination, the justices gave major victories to President Barack Obama's administration.
The justices rule 5-4 that a Louisiana inmate deserves a chance to prove that he was intellectually disabled and thus ineligible for execution.
In a First Amendment decision with potential implications for schools, the U.S. Supreme Court holds that specialty plates with messages by private groups represent government speech.