September 2014 Archives

The federal appeals court ruled that a California district violated Title IX because one of its high schools provided unequal athletics participation opportunities for girls.


A full federal appeals court declines to rehear a case brought by California students barred from wearing American flag apparel during Cinco de Mayo.


A divided federal appeals court rejected a lawsuit alleging that a Pennsylvania district acted with racial bias when it disproportionately assigned African-American students to special education.


A federal district judge has thrown out the search of a Virginia student's cellphone by school administrators looking for evidence of illegal drugs.


Her refusal to say the Pledge of Allegiance in the 1930s led to a U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding the requirement that was later overruled.


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