The Gloucester County district formally asked the justices to clarify whether schools must allow transgender students to use the restrooms corresponding to their gender identity.


The federal 3rd Circuit appeals court in Philadelphia reinstates a lawsuit challenging a 60-year-old monument displaying the Ten Commandments at a Pennsylvania high school.


The justices's 5-3 vote means the district will not have to allow a transgender student to use the restroom of his choice in September.


In two Fourth Amendment rulings, the court denies immunity for an administrator in the strip-search case, but upholds breath tests at the prom.


The federal appeals court in Denver holds that the officer was entitled to immunity over the arrest of a student who was disrupting his class with "fake burps."


A federal appeals court panel in New Orleans says the district is not entitled to summary judgment over some claims by an employee who alleges her supervisor verbally harassed her.


The district asks Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. to block rulings requiring that a transgender student be allowed to use the restroom of his gender identity.


The U.S. Supreme Court will hear a case stemming from a dispute over a child bringing her service dog to school, but ends a case on teachers' union fees.


In a case with potential implications for school officials, the justices unanimously tossed out the conviction of former Virginia Gov. Robert F. McDonnell.


The justices' 4-4 vote means a lower court ruling blocking the administration's plan is upheld without an opinion in a cased being watched in the education community.


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