2+2=Litigation

New front opens in the math wars

New front opens in the math wars

No Federal Case

Court says charter school is not a state actor

Court says charter school is not a state actor

Strange Bedfellows

Students find unexpected ally in the Christian Right

Students find unexpected ally in the Christian Right

Supreme Modesty

From strip searches to school funding, the Court treads lightly

From strip searches to school funding, the Court treads lightly

Credits Crunched

Arizona rulings hit scholarships and special education vouchers

Arizona rulings hit scholarships and special education vouchers

Another Lemon

Florida’s public school establishment could hardly have a better friend than Florida’s courts.

Florida’s charters under attack

Timeout

Schools Win in Court

Schools Win in Court

Court Jousters

Plaintiffs exploit weaknesses in NCLB

Plaintiffs exploit weaknesses in NCLB

Free and Appropriate

Parent's wealth muddies special-education tuition case

Parent's wealth muddies special-education tuition case

Doubtful Jurisprudence

Court offers schools little guidance

Court offers schools little guidance

Courts and Choice

Testing the constitutionality of charters and vouchers

Testing the constitutionality of charters and vouchers

The Enforcers

Parents may gain right to sue over NCLB

Parents may gain right to sue over NCLB

Adequately Fatigued

Court rulings disappoint plaintiffs

Court rulings disappoint plaintiffs

Affirmative Action Docketed

The Supreme Court takes up race-based school assignment

The Supreme Court takes up race-based school assignment

No Lawsuit Left Behind

Chief Justice Roberts, the schoolmaster?

Chief Justice Roberts, the schoolmaster?

By MICHAEL HEISE    The Legal Beat  

Florida Grows a Lemon

Court contortions overturn a successful voucher program

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 […]

A Setback in Dover

Last rites for Intelligent Design

Last rites for Intelligent Design

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