On June 26, 1978, the Supreme Court ruled in Regents of the University of California v. Bakke, laying the groundwork for educational standards that still exist today.
A new Knight Foundation survey shows high school students compared with their teachers more strongly support certain First Amendment rights but have much less trust in the media than educators, especially when it comes to television.
On June 14, 1943, the Supreme Court ruled that public school students cannot be forced to salute and pledge allegiance to the U.S. flag.
Alexandra Brodksy of the National Women's Law Center and Gary McCaleb of the Alliance Defending Freedom discuss whether Title IX or the Constitution bans discrimination on the basis of gender identity.
On February 24, 1969, the Supreme Court ruled that students at school retain their First Amendment right to free speech.
On January 13, 1988, the Supreme Court decided a First Amendment case with major consequences for student journalists.
Scholars and activists explore the future of free expression on university campuses.
Is free speech under threat? Or is the concern overblown?
A high-profile legal challenge to teacher employment statutes in the state of California ended last week at the state’s highest court when a 4-3 majority declined to review the case.
Growing attention to the problem of sexual assault on college campuses has raised interesting constitutional concerns.