The U.S. Supreme Court justice will help promote iCivics, the education effort featuring games and lesson plans launched in 2009 by retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor.
The justices consider employee claims of "constructive discharge" and when the clock starts ticking on the timetable for filing a complaint.
A Florida district removed a math tutor's banners from its campuses after it learned that the tutor had ties to the porn industry.
The court throws out an injunction requiring a Tennessee school district to better train its school nurses to avoid unconstitutional searches and seizures of students.
A federal appeals court says test-takers authorized the disclosure of their personal information to education organizations and thus suffered no injury.
The 90-minute live special, airing Monday night, features the only education case included in the public affairs channel's first list of landmark cases.
The 5th Circuit upholds a Louisiana district's student assignment plan intended to maintain racial balance after the district had been freed of court supervision for desegregation.
In a speech to law students, the justice says the parental right to direct the upbringing of children finds no support in the 14th Amendment.
The state' supreme court struck down, as a violation of the state constitution, a program to lend free textbooks to private school students.
A federal appeals court says the Justice Department overstepped its authority in demanding information about the race of students in Louisiana's private-school voucher program.