September 2012 Archives

A state judge has struck down key provisions of the 2011 Wisconsin law that curtailed the collective-bargaining rights of teachers and other public employees.


A Wisconsin school district is not liable for damages under Title IX to a student who was sexually abused by a teacher because officials did not have actual notice of the misconduct, a federal appeals court has ruled.


Can Kellogg's Frosted Mini-Wheats help children with their attentiveness in school? The cereal maker's claims led to a class action alleging false advertising.


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