A federal appeals court rules that there is no clearly established law barring school officials from discussing a student's sexual orientation with the student's parent.
The U.S. Supreme Court enters June with educators still awaiting a decision in a major case on the use of race in college admissions.
Alton T. Lemon, 84, was involved in a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that set a test for evaluating the constitutionality of government aid to religion.
In a case with implications for school boards, the justices will weigh the constitutionality of prayers at municipal meetings
A search of a student's vehicle while it was parked just off campus was unreasonable, Nebraska's highest court has ruled.
The first Hispanic member of the U.S. Supreme Court addresses parents of English-language learners in New York City.
A federal district court judge rejects several civil rights claims challenging the plan to close 15 District of Columbia schools.
A federal appeals court rejected claims from black parents that a student assignment plan for the Nashville district led to unconstitutional resegregation of the schools.
A federal appeals court on Thursday reinstated a Michigan law that bars school districts from deducting teachers' union dues for their employees.
A Texas judge rules that allowing cheerleaders to display religious messages on banners at football games is not an unconstitutional government establishment of religion.