U.S. Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. tells his son's class that those graduating during the coronavirus pandemic will be tested by a "precarious" period.


The full U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit, in Cincinnati, set aside a groundbreaking panel decision finding a U.S. constitutional right to a basic minimum education.


A federal appeals court said the police officer did not violate the rights of a 7th grader or her father when she took the student for a mental evaluation.


Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer settled the lawsuit that alleged deplorable conditions in Detroit public schools and led to a federal appeals court ruling recognizing a U.S. constitutional right of access to literacy.


Nevada high school government teacher Micheal Baca was a Colorado elector in 2016 who was part of an unsuccessful effort to deny Donald Trump his Electoral College victory.


The justices consider two cases involving lay teachers at Roman Catholic schools and must decide whether such positions are exempt from protection of civil rights and employment laws.


Filings urge the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 6th Circuit to set aside a panel's decision that there is a fundamental federal right to a basic education in the form of access to literacy.


The justices consider a Trump administation rule that exempts religious employers, including schools and colleges, from a requirement to cover contraceptives that stems from the Affordable Care Act.


The U.S. Supreme Court is offering 10 hours of telephone arguments available live to the public. Some educators see a teaching moment amid the pandemic.


In a case being watched in the education community, the U.S. Supreme Court sidestepped a potentially major ruling on gun rights under the Second Amendment.


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