A federal appeals court today upheld a Tennessee school district's prohibition of any display of a Confederate flag by students, the latest in a long line of such rulings that have backed administrators seeking to prevent racial conflict over the symbol.


A federal appeals court has upheld a New Hampshire law that requires schools to set aside time daily for students to voluntarily recite the Pledge of Allegiance.


The court considered whether a railroad could challenge a state sales and use tax on diesel fuel that rail carriers must pay while motor and water carriers are exempt.


The full 9th Circuit federal appeals court declined to rehear a case involving a Hawaii private school's policy of serving only native Hawaiian students.


Arguments focused on whether contributions for scholarships, including for those attending religious schools, violate the U.S. Constitution's establishment clause.


The Supreme Court takes up a California law that seeks to regulate the sale of violent video games to minors.


The U.S. Supreme Court agreed today to consider whether a 13-year-old burglary suspect who was interrogated at school by the police should have been given a Miranda warning about his rights.


A federal appeals court rules that a New Jersey moving company cannot recover more than $800,000 from the Philadelphia school district for alleged cost overruns on a moving project.


The U.S. Department of Education has issued guidance to schools about when bullying can violate federal civil rights law.


Teachers have no First Amendment free-speech protection for curricular decisions they make in the classroom, a federal appeals court ruled on Thursday.


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