A U.S. Supreme Court decision dealt a defeat to educational publishers, but eased the fears of teachers and libraries over the use of books published overseas.


The justices refuses to take up cases about restraining desks and alleged "social promotion" involving students with disabilities.


A federal appeals court has upheld an injunction that allows a 5th grader to pass out invitations to a church youth party to her classmates.


A federal judge has largely upheld a controversial Arizona law that bars courses that promote resentment against a race or class of people or advocate ethnic solidarity.


A federal appeals court upheld a dog-sniff of a student's backpack for illegal drugs at school.


Protecting schoolchildren from being taught about gay marriage is not a valid legal justification for a ban on same-sex unions, the Obama administration argues.


The law's section requiring school districts in nine states and parts of others to get federal approval for changes in voting is under constitutional attack.


A U.S. Supreme Court justice asks whether a state's practice of DNA sampling of criminal suspects might lead to its use in schools.


The 3rd Circuit heard arguments about whether school districts may bar students from wearing the popular "I ♥ Boobies" wristbands promoting breast-cancer awareness.


In a ruling with potential implications for police searches in schools, the U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday rejected broad certification requirements for drug-sniffing dogs.


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