December 2018 Archives

The 9th federal Circuit Court ruled in an anti-discrimination case involving a 5th grade teacher the school did not qualify for a "ministerial exception."


In a reversal based on a recent U.S. Supreme Court decision, the New Mexico Supreme Court holds that a state textbook loan program may include those at private and religious schools.


Montana's highest court struck down a tuition tax-credit program that allowed tuition scholarships to benefit students at private religious schools as well as secular schools.


The U.S. Supreme Court will take up an issue that has figured in some key education cases, such as the Obama administration's informal guidance on transgender students in schools.


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