The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday declined to take up two appeals involving sexual harassment involving teachers and students.
A Colorado district must reimburse the parents for a special education student's enrollment at an out-of-state residential facility, a federal appellate court has ruled.
The Milwaukee district is not liable under federal law for a death on a class outing, an appeals court rules, though it says officials may have been negligent.
Two news developments that occurred just before the violence in Newtown, Conn., are worth noting for the debate over guns and schools.
The justices agreed to take up two cases dealing with same-sex marriage, an issue that like many hot-button debates has implications for schools.
A federal appeals court has upheld a $1 million jury award against a New York district in a case involving persistent racial harassment of a student by his peers.
A state judge has struck down a Louisiana law authorizing private school vouchers for low-income students in struggling public schools.
In a case with implications for school districts, the U.S. Supreme Court wrestled with the question of who qualifies as a workplace supervisor.
The U.S. Supreme Court has declined another appeal from Scholastic over tax treatment by the states of its classroom sales of books to students.
An appeals court has upheld a federal regulation on reimbursing parents for evaluations of their children with disabilities.