A federal appeals court threw out a suit by a student arrested in the schoolyard death of a classmate, but whose charges were dropped.


A federal appeals court upheld a finding of race discrimination in an Arkansas district's firing of its superintendent, but it reduced his damages award.


In a case being watched by educators for its potential impact on school district employee-benefits policies, the Supreme Court weighs a key part of the Affordable Care Act.


A federal appeals court has reinstated an educator's suit alleging wrongful and retaliatory arrest stemming from sexual abuse accusations by one of his students.


The justices take up a case in which a child's statements to his teacher were used to convict his alleged abuser without the child testifying in court.


A case about a retail job applicant's Muslim head scarf could have implications for school districts and students.


A full federal appeals court will rehear a case in which a panel ruled that a student's violent rap song critical of two coaches at his school was protected speech.


An Ohio teacher who suffers from "pedophobia" alleged disability-discrimination after her school district did not keep her at a high school.


A state judge turned away a challenge under New Jersey's constitution from a humanist family who objected to the words "under God" in the Pledge.


A federal appeals court in Philadelphia revives a lawsuit alleging that a Pennsylvania high school history teacher, among other things, showed nude pictures of murder victims.


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