Q: What are my options agianst a teacher for bullying my child an nothing being done about it
My school district has a huge problem with bullies (students an teachers). Nothing is ever done about it. Most recently a teacher made my son (10 years old) stand up an she told the class that he had a mental disorder an a bad anger issue. My son being upset sit back down an was crying. This is out of character for him because hes not sentive. He does however have ADHD an takes medication for it. As he is crying the teacher walks to his desk an says " awww your going to cry now? Quit acting like your 2 years old your in the fourth grade!" Several students witnessed this an told me the same thing. The following day the same teacher told him if she had a "switch" (I guess she is talking about a limb from a tree) that she could solve his problem. I have made two visits to the Superintendent an reported this an the only answers I can get is they are investigating it. It has gotten so bad that other parents started a group about this an we are trying to figure out how to deal with this.
A: This is horrible! Feel free to reach out to any attorney on here by clicking the contact information next to their name. That being said, because you are talking about a school, there are some very strict rules that you need to following order to preserve any claim.
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