The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit rules 2-1 that a Virginia school district's policy limiting transgender students to certain restrooms violates Title IX and the equal-protection clause.

The injunction blocking a state order requiring most Florida schools to open their campuses is a significant development in the debate over reopening schools during the COVID-19 pandemic.

The judge said the law likely discriminates on the basis of transgender status in violation of the equal-protection clause of the U.S. Constitution.

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit says a Florida district's policy violated the transgender student's rights under Title IX and the equal-protection clause.

A federal appeals court rejected arguments that the abuser was an "appropriate" district official with knowledge of the harassment and the authority to remedy it.

An Illinois school superintendent's contract was not renewed amid turmoil with her school board that started with her push for an audit of district finances.

The U.S. Supreme Court blocked an injunction that had allowed a group backing an Idaho education spending measure to collect electronic signatures because of the coronavirus pandemic.

The deportation relief program, which is of wide interest to the education community, will shorten renewals from two years to one year while remaining closed to new participants.

Idaho officials asked a U.S. Supreme Court justice to block an injunction that allows a group backing an education ballot initiative to collect electronic signatures because of COVID-19.

The justices granted review in a case that raises a procedural question with significant practical implications for the types of constitutional lawsuits often brought against public schools and colleges.

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