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.
In a case being watched closely by the teachers' unions, the U.S. Supreme Court took up a challenge to aggregate limits on individual contributions to federal candidates and parties.
A case before the U.S. Supreme Court about different ways to sue over alleged age discrimination in employment pits key school groups against each other.
Among the cases denied review as the U.S. Supreme Court opened its 2013-14 term were appeals involving special education, drug-detection dogs, and student religious speech at a graduation ceremony.
The judge said the challengers lacked standing because they had not suffered any injury under the regulations for the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974.
But at least one expert worries that the Obama administration is "in denial" about what the latest Supreme Court decision on racial diversity in college admissions means for the future.
The U.S. Department of Justice reports what it views as progress over the provision of information in the voucher dispute, but Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal blasts it as a "PR stunt."
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal calls the Obama administration's legal intervention over the state's private school voucher program "cynical, immoral, and hypocritical."