U.S. Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan dealt with K-12 testing, race in education, and a policy against social promotions in e-mails sent during her days in the Clinton White House.
In a case watched by public education groups, the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a city's search of text messages on a police officer's government-provided pager, but stopped short of a broad ruling on electronic communications in the government workplace.
A federal appeals court has rejected a Connecticut school district's request for an expedited appeal in a lawsuit over the district's efforts to hold high school graduation ceremonies at a large Christian church.
U.S. Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan aided an effort to clarify that there was "substantial room" for employees to discuss religion in the workplace, according to her papers.
It's the end of the line for the National Education Association-backed legal challenge to the No Child Left Behind Act.
Supreme Court nominee Elena Kagan was immersed in an array of education issues as a White House aide, including affirmative action and single-sex programs.
A federal appeals court weighed whether students may face school discipline for speech created off campus that parodies school administrators, sometimes in vulgar and offensive terms.
A federal district judge has blocked a Connecticut school district from holding high school graduation ceremonies at a large Christian church.
The U.S. Supreme Court will consider whether a state program offering tax credits for donations to groups that provide private-school scholarships unconstitutionally advances religion.
The U.S. Supreme Court today ruled that a sentence of life in prison without parole for a juvenile offender in a non-homicide case violates the Eighth Amendment's prohibition against cruel and unusual punishment.