Litigation News

A charter school group is suing the Los Angeles school district for its alleged anti-charter animus, accusing the board of passing illegal policies that defy voters’ wishes.

Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey announced a lawsuit Tuesday against the Biden administration’s revision of existing Title IX law through a Department of Education (DOE) rule change that includes gender identity in the definition of sex discrimination.

A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that a Catholic school has the right to only hire staff who agree with its religious principles, rejecting a lawsuit from a substitute teacher who announced plans to enter into a same-sex marriage.

Public school board members should be familiar with landmark Supreme Court decisions that could shape how they resolve conflicts and set school district policies.

A Virginia dad is being sued by his local school board after he complained about his special needs son not receiving legally mandated services.

A North Carolina teacher won his lawsuit against the public school that fired him for teaching “viewpoint diversity.”

A Florida teenager is suing his school district after he was convicted of assaulting a teacher’s aide.

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced a lawsuit Monday aimed at what he calls the Biden administration’s attempt to “rewrite” Title IX.

A former student has taken legal action against Chicago Public Schools (CPS), accusing the district of neglecting to safeguard her from years of alleged abuse by a high-ranking administrator.

Prosecutors in Virginia are now investigating why the disciplinary records of a 6-year-old student at Richneck Elementary disappeared after the student shot a teacher.

An Alaska Superior Court knocked down one of the state’s few school choice programs, sparking bipartisan concern from policymakers.

The ACLU is trying to overturn a Montana law requiring schools to notify parents about sex education or LGBT topics being discussed with their children.

In an email published online by school reform advocate Corey DeAngelis, a Denton (Texas) Independent School District official instructs district employees, possibly illegally, how to vote and who to vote for in a GOP primary.

A disability rights advocacy group is trying to kill Montana’s new school choice program for special needs students before it even gets off the ground.

The U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly affirmed that the U.S. Constitution protects the fundamental rights of parents.

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