A U.S. Supreme Court case raises the question of whether the First Amendment's petition clause provides protections for the workplace grievances of teachers and other public employees.
Nearly 40 years after the justices ruled that the Amish did not have to send their children to high school, a scholar reflects on the case of Wisconsin v. Yoder and some of its surprising legacies.
Over a vigorous dissent by one judge, a full federal appeals court on Monday refused to reconsider a panel's decision that upheld a Tennessee school district's prohibition on any student display of a Confederate flag.
A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit seeking to allow a Kansas school district to raise local taxes beyond what the state school finance system permits.
A federal appeals court has upheld the discipline of a Mississippi student accused of hacking into the computer system of his middle school and initiating a brief "denial of service" attack.
A federal appeals court has upheld damages awards to two Illinois students who were barred by school officials from wearing T-shirts that said "Be Happy, Not Gay" to protest a day meant to promote gay tolerance.
The U.S. Supreme Court today took up what could potentially bea a major test of the rights of children when interacting with the police and other government investigators in schools.
The U.S. Supreme Court today declined to hear the appeal of a high school student who claimed that his free speech rights were infringed when administrators refused to let him return to school to address allegations that he had made a racially insensitive comment about another student.
A Tennessee school district's program of random drug testing of its teachers was constitutionally flawed, a federal district court has ruled.
In a busy day for education-related cases at the U.S. Supreme Court, the justices on Monday declined to hear the state of Connecticut's challenge to the federal No Child Left Behind Act.