A federal appeals court has revived a job-discrimination lawsuit filed by a female building engineer in the Chicago school system, saying it can go to trial.

A federal appeals court on Tuesday held that lower-court supervision of a desegregation decree for the Tucson, Ariz., school district, must continue in a case that began 37 years ago.

Education Week has a new compilation of articles about religion in the schools, geared to teachers, administrators, school law experts, researchers, and others.

A federal appeals court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit by a Texas mother who challenged her daughter's failure to make the high school cheerleading squad amid alleged harassment by a member of the squad.

A Washington state teacher did not violate the due-process rights of a student with developmental disabilities who had sexual encounters in a bathroom with another special education student, a federal appeals court has ruled.

The U.S. Supreme Court's recently concluded term generated significant rulings for the rights of children, school board members, school employees, and litigants seeking to challenge aid to private schools.

A federal appeals court on Friday invalidated a Michigan ballot initiative that barred racial preferences in admissions at state colleges and universities.

The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to take up a case dealing with public-employee unions' special assessments for political spending. And the justices will once again attempt to sort out the constitutional issues surrounding broadcasting rules meant to protect children from indecency.

The U.S. Supreme Court says a California law restrict minors' access to violent video games violates the First Amendment.

Justice Sonia Sotomayor told a group of young people that when she was in high school, she probably did not even realize that the U.S. Supreme Court existed, much less aspire to serve on it.

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