The court rejected a family's First Amendment challenge to a Maryland school district's lessons on the Islamic faith as part of a high school world history course.
The American Enterprise Institute hosted a panel to reconsider the U.S. Supreme Court's 1973 decision that there is no fundamental constitutional right to education.
A student who has lived with his grandmother since 2014 is still homeless under federal law, and his district of origin must enroll him, a federal appeals court has ruled.
The justices declined to hear the appeal of a football coach dismissed for praying on the field, but four justices suggested a need for greater clarity on educator speech rights.
A federal appeals court rules that a vendor has no First Amendment right to participate in a school district's forum for the sale and rental of musical instruments.
In a ruling that highlighted ways the U.S. Census affects school funding, a judge rejected the U.S. commerce secretary's decision to add a citizenship question in 2020.
The justices declined to hear the appeal of the Ferguson-Florissant district over its at-large board elections, which lower courts invalidated as violating the Voting Rights Act.
The full U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit, in San Francisco, refuses to rehear a panel's decision striking down a California district's policy on board prayers.
The 9th federal Circuit Court ruled in an anti-discrimination case involving a 5th grade teacher the school did not qualify for a "ministerial exception."
In a reversal based on a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, the New Mexico Supreme Court holds that a state textbook loan program may include those at private and religious schools.