John and Mary Beth Tinker are present as the Supreme Court Historical Society celebrates their landmark case over the right to wear black armbands in school.
The Supreme Court struggled to find a way to uphold the practice of prayers before government sessions.
Groups worry in a case on a chemical-weapons pact that education and family law treaties might require the federal government to wade into policies that traditionally are state prerogatives.
Three groups have collaborated on a guide to help school administrators with the changes that bring new benefits to same-sex couples who are legally married.
A federal appeals court has revived the age-discrimination lawsuit of a school custodial supervisor who was laid off by a Virginia school district.
Conservatives on the U.S. Supreme Court appeared skeptical that Michigan's prohibition on affirmative action in higher education violates the 14th Amendment equal-protection principles.
The U.S. Supreme Court dismissed a case about age-discrimination claims by public employees that was being watched closely by groups representing teachers and school boards.
The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal from black parents that a student assignment plan for Nashville school district led to unconstitutional resegregation of the schools.
Two prominent online education providers, Florida VirtualSchool and K12 Inc., are locked in a trademark-infringement battle over K12's use of "Florida Virtual Academy."
An Illinois man has no federal case just because his sister, who happens to be the counselor at his children's school, called him a bad father, a court rules.