Thursday, January 24, 2008

Few major education cases before U.S. Supreme Court this year

The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to be less active this term in the education realm -- a stark change from the 2006-07 session, in which the High Court issued landmark rulings on race, free speech, teachers unions and special education. "Last summer's rulings were enough to give school districts lots to think about," said Francisco M. Negrón Jr., the National School Boards Association's general counsel. Education Week

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