A Georgia law recently used by the governor to remove six members of a local school board is constitutional, the state's highest court has ruled.
November 2013 Archives
A federal judge allows federal oversight of Louisiana's private-school voucher assignments to ensure they do not harm desegregation plans.
The state's highest court upheld the termination of an 8th grade science teacher for insubordination over religious displays and his personal religious views in the classroom.
Amid heated political rhetoric from Gov. Bobby Jindal, Louisiana and the Justice Department head to federal court Friday over the state's private school voucher program.
John and Mary Beth Tinker are present as the Supreme Court Historical Society celebrates their landmark case over the right to wear black armbands in school.
The Supreme Court struggled to find a way to uphold the practice of prayers before government sessions.
Groups worry in a case on a chemical-weapons pact that education and family law treaties might require the federal government to wade into policies that traditionally are state prerogatives.