The justices refuse to consider a Texas school district's policy of allowing a student to deliver a prayer or religious poem before board meetings.
The long-running case stems from the federal government's taking into trust land for a band of the Pottawatomi Indians, whose casino aids local schools and other agencies.
The judge holds that the school resource officer involved in two incidents is immune from the suit, but the suit may proceed against a sheriff's department.
The justices refuse to reinstate the large jury award under Title IX for a Texas student sexually abused by a school administrator.
The decision involves an issue that sometimes vexes school boards: how to regulate speakers to keep matters civil, but also respect free-speech rights.
The justices refuse cases that include ones about the "stay-put" provision of the federal special education law and violent speech aimed at schools.
The justices granted review of a case that gives it a new opportunity to overrule a major decision on public-employee union fees for non-members.
A federal appeals court rules that coaches may be liable when they expose students to harm by having them return to play after a suspected concussion.
The U.S. Supreme Court justice tells a forum that she is working to make sure popular civics games reach those struggling with English.
A volume from the Hoover Institution analyzes the late U.S. Supreme Court justice's views on race in education, school choice, and other areas.