A Texas judge rules that allowing cheerleaders to display religious messages on banners at football games is not an unconstitutional government establishment of religion.


The Louisiana Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down the state's method for funding its private school voucher program.


The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear an appeal over state rules barring electric shock and other "aversive interventions" for children with disabilities.


A student's statements to an assistant principal about drugs had to be suppressed in court because the student was not given a Miranda warning, a court ruled.


A school district's use of a "timeout room" did not violate the constitutional rights of a student with developmental disabilities, a federal appeals court has ruled.


The U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear the appeal of a New York State couple seeking a religious exemption from the vaccinations required for children to attend public schools.


The nation's legacy of sending American Indian children to federal boarding schools to "civilize" them is a backdrop for a wrenching custody case in the U.S. Supreme Court.


School officials likely violated the First Amendment rights of a Florida student barred from engaging in a silent protest against anti-gay bullying, a federal judge ruled.


A New Mexico district did not violate students' rights when it barred them from distributing anti-abortion "fetus dolls," a federal appeals court ruled.


A federal appeals court has revived a lawsuit alleging retaliation against a family over its demands for how a child with diabetes would be accommodated in school.


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