November 2012 Archives

In a case with implications for school districts, the U.S. Supreme Court wrestled with the question of who qualifies as a workplace supervisor.


The U.S. Supreme Court has declined another appeal from Scholastic over tax treatment by the states of its classroom sales of books to students.


An appeals court has upheld a federal regulation on reimbursing parents for evaluations of their children with disabilities.


A full federal appeals court on Thursday struck down a 2006 Michigan ballot initiative that barred the use of racial preferences at state colleges and universities.


The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday declined to hear the appeal of parents who challenged a South Carolina school district's program of "released-time" for off-campus religious instruction with public school credit.


The justices have agreed to take up a major case involving the Voting Rights Act of 1965 with potential implications for school districts.


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