Articles: Laws

K12 Groups Protect Open Membership Policies

Group hopes to uphold the right of a public school to deny recognition to a student organization that does not comply with the school's open membership policies.

Legislation to Set New Rules for Students on the Playing Field

Over 40 states are currently developing legislation that will set standards for when a student athlete can return to the playing field.

The Eyes of America Are on Texas

In May, the Texas State Board of Education will hold a final vote on a radical new social studies curriculum to be used for the next seven to 10 years.

Too Much Money Funneled Into Competitive Programs?

President Obama's FY 2011 budget proposal includes a $400 billion investment in education—but it lacks any funding specifically dedicated to school libraries.

Education's Shot in the Arm

The federal stimulus plan will provide a healthy jolt to struggling districts.

Student Bashes Administrators, Gets Disciplined

A court case upholds administrators’ rights to discipline a student who used derogatory language on a blog, but questions arise.

Inside the Law

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