February 2016 Archives

The justices refuse to take up cases on off-campus student speech, outsourcing of education to a private religious school, and teacher pension contributions.

Cases involving student off-campus speech, state support of religious schools, and the outsourcing of education have been appealed to the justices.

Justice Antonin Scalia, found dead Saturday at age 79, brought his conservative outlook to many education cases in nearly three decades on the Supreme Court.

The state's highest court has revived a lawsuit brought by cheerleaders who were barred, for a time, from displaying banners with religious messages at school football games.

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