Everson v. Board of Education, U.S. 1 (), was a landmark decision of the United States Supreme Court which applied the Establishment Clause in the country's Bill of Rights to state law. Important Court Cases in Special Education. There are many court cases that helped define our current educational landscape. The following is a listing of some of the cases that have resulted in key Supreme Court decisions.
In this longstanding desegregation case involving the Franklin County Board of Education (North Carolina), the Section monitors the school district's compliance with existing court orders. The school district achieved partial unitary status in certain areas in and additional areas in Court Cases Statement from LeRoy Rooker Regarding Miami Decision Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals Upholds Protection of Education Records. On June 27, , a three-judge panel of the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit unanimously affirmed a lower court's ruling that university disciplinary records are "education records" under.
Cases cited below are sorted by protected class with links to case summaries and important complaints, briefs, settlement agreements, consent decrees, orders, and press releases. The official text of any legal document is the version filed with the clerk of the court. Jan 13, · Print this page. Special Education Caselaw U.S. Supreme Court l Courts of Appeals District Courts l Noteworthy Cases. The Special Education Caselaw section of the Wrightslaw Special Education Law Library is organized as follows.. Decisions from the U. S. Supreme Court are listed first, beginning with Board of Ed. v. Amy Rowley ().