Oxford, FL asked in Contracts, Education Law and International Law for Florida

Q: I am a student at an institute and teacher says I cannot listen to my Christian music in my earphones, is this true?

I attend a Salon Institue in FL, and the institute has constant music playing on the speakers the entire day. I have my Christian music in my earphones and the instructor says that I cannot listen to my Christian music because they already have music playing, I am not sure what to do in this situation? I would appreciate some help. Thank you.

1 Lawyer Answer
Andy Wayne Williamson
Andy Wayne Williamson
  • Santa Rosa Beach, FL
  • Licensed in Florida

A: In the class, the instructor is in charge. outside of class you are free to listen to what you want. It sounds like there is more to this story. ie: sounds like the instructor knows what type of music you are listening too and apparently does not like your choice of music.

Hope this helps.

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