We aren’t sure if you can say that
Desegregation cases affecting hundreds of districts haven’t been concluded.
Court knows coercion when it sees it
If you schedule it, will they come?
Alabama plaintiffs lose federal school finance challenge
Voucher wars heat up in Colorado
Education Next talks with Martha Derthick and Andy Rotherham
Teachers sue to protect pensions
Parents in a wealthy district sue to pay more taxes
Do elementary school students have free-speech rights?
Highly qualified teachers don’t grow on trees
Court says charter school is not a state actor
Students find unexpected ally in the Christian Right
From strip searches to school funding, the Court treads lightly
Schools Win in Court
Arizonans battle federal court order to spend more
California case centers on parents' rights
Plaintiffs exploit weaknesses in NCLB
Parent's wealth muddies special-education tuition case
Court offers schools little guidance
Testing the constitutionality of charters and vouchers
Parents may gain right to sue over NCLB
Court rulings disappoint plaintiffs
When courts decide how to spend taxpayer dollars
The Supreme Court takes up race-based school assignment
Unions and Home Schoolers Attack Internet Education
Florida’s supreme court is no stranger to political warfare. Before the U.S. Supreme Court decided Bush v. Gore in favor of George W. Bush, the Florida court had ruled in favor of Al Gore. And the same court played a crucial role in the state’s extraction of an $11.3 billion settlement from the tobacco industry [...]
Last rites for Intelligent Design
The Secretary of Education’s authority to undo law and regulation in No Child Left Behind is not as broad as a recent story in the New York Times seems to imply.
On the road in America, it has become hard to distinguish a public school from a post-industrial factory.
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