The U.S. Supreme Court enters June with educators still awaiting a decision in a major case on the use of race in college admissions.
May 2013 Archives
Alton T. Lemon, 84, was involved in a landmark U.S. Supreme Court case that set a test for evaluating the constitutionality of government aid to religion.
In a case with implications for school boards, the justices will weigh the constitutionality of prayers at municipal meetings
A search of a student's vehicle while it was parked just off campus was unreasonable, Nebraska's highest court has ruled.
The first Hispanic member of the U.S. Supreme Court addresses parents of English-language learners in New York City.
A federal district court judge rejects several civil rights claims challenging the plan to close 15 District of Columbia schools.
A federal appeals court rejected claims from black parents that a student assignment plan for the Nashville district led to unconstitutional resegregation of the schools.
A federal appeals court on Thursday reinstated a Michigan law that bars school districts from deducting teachers' union dues for their employees.
A Texas judge rules that allowing cheerleaders to display religious messages on banners at football games is not an unconstitutional government establishment of religion.
The Louisiana Supreme Court on Tuesday struck down the state's method for funding its private school voucher program.