A federal appeals court has revived the pregnancy-discrimination lawsuit of a Florida teacher who was fired from a Florida Christian school purportedly because she had disobeyed "the word of God" by engaging in premarital sex.
The U.S. Department of Education on Tuesday issued a document that discourages schools from using restraints and seclusion on students.
It's only a matter of $1 in nominal damages, but the stakes in a Monday decision by a federal appeals court are much higher for litigation under the federal Individuals with Disabilities Education Act.
A federal appeals court on Thursday chimed in again in a long-running dispute over whether the No Child Left Behind Act permits so-called intern teachers to be considered "highly qualified" under the law.
A federal appeals court has ordered a lower court to give greater scrutiny to a North Carolina school district's student-assignment plan, suggesting that the district's move away from racial diversity goals is inconsistent with a long-running court-supervised desegregation plan.
New Jersey's highest court has upheld a law and regulations that curb unused sick leave and certain other benefits for school administrators in the state.
A federal appeals court has upheld U.S. Department of Education regulations that interpret the main special education law as not covering a process for optimizing cochlear implants used by deaf children.
In a case being watched in education circles, the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday appeared inclined to back the state of Arizona on at least one provision of its controversial immigration law.
The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday takes up the legal challenge to Arizona's tough immigration law, with observers watching for implications for schools in the state and across the nation.
In a case watched closely by school districts, the U.S. Supreme Court held that individuals working temporarily for local governments are entitled to seek the same immunity from lawsuits that government officers enjoy.