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0 Answers | Asked in Consumer Law, Small Claims and Education Law for Texas on
Q: Possible to get refunded for loans paid off on 05/2017 from ITT Tech that were serviced by Navient?

I was enrolled in ITT Tech starting around 06/2007 and withdrew on 09/02/2007. I had student loans that were serviced by Sallie Mae and then Navient. It was a combination of both private and federal loans. All loans were paid off with a combination of payments by me and paid by my fathers credit... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law and Gov & Administrative Law for South Carolina on
Q: I am a former public school teacher in SC. Was it legal for my principal to track my phone Location off school grounds?

I felt targeted by my principal for months after a mediation meeting. Somehow she ended up with my personal Facebook Messenger communication that I wrote to another teacher on a Saturday at my home on my personal laptop using our home network.

I was put on administrative leave and forced... Read more »

1 Answer | Asked in Education Law for Washington on
Q: I live in Washington state can a school district force a parent to put them in a residential school out of state?

My son is 12 year old with disabilities. We live in Washington state. The district sent my son to residential school in New York I was concerned with his safety. The district here in Washington state agreed for him to come home and finish school here. The day he got back to Washington everything... Read more »

Ryan Ford
Ryan Ford
answered on Jun 23, 2022

This is a complex question that requires additional information. There are circumstances where a school district can force a placement but the parent then has the option of filing for due process or revoking special education services. Depending on the circumstances, I'm often able to... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for Louisiana on
Q: How do we find out or who do we contact for the disabled FF college fund for Children?Our son will be attending SLU in

Louisiana and we have no clue how much they pay or what they pay.He starts in August and no one can give us a straight answer.

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for Texas on
Q: Is a child/juvenile in a school setting considered a custodial or non custodial environment?

Or should the totality of circumstances always be measured?

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for Wisconsin on
Q: Wisconsin Constitution Article X - Education Section 3 means students have a free education in dual-enrollment programs?

https://law.justia.com/constitution/wisconsin/article-x/section-3/

Would this mean that high school students don't have to pay any tuition at all under any circumstances?

1 Answer | Asked in Child Custody, Education Law and Internet Law for Maryland on
Q: Can I seek financial retribution from child academy for forwarding emails to other parent in custody battle situation?

The other parent and I were recently in a custody battle. While my child was at this daycare/center academy, the facility forwarded my emails asking about my child's progress and wellbeing to the other parent. They then used those emails as evidence against me in court (nothing negative was... Read more »

Mark Oakley
Mark Oakley
answered on Jun 18, 2022

Unless you had sole legal custody at the time your child was in daycare and the emails were sent, or there was some contractual agreement covering confidentiality of communications, both parents would have access to their child's records at daycare. Even then, that would not prohibit an... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Immigration Law and Education Law for Washington on
Q: Indian & Romanian couple in states on b2 visa , want to convert to F1, been travelling us since 8 years multiple times

I am an indian national

And my wife is a Romania national , we have been traveling to the US from last 8-9 years, currently we are again in US on a B2 visa , its been a month now in the country, after some friends and siblings suggestion living in US, we are planning to apply for a... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Colorado on
Q: Is it illegal for a Colorado public summer school to charge $100s per class that was failed?

My cousins attend a public school in Sterling Colorado and have to pay $100s per class they failed to attend summer school. Their mom has cancer and their dad works at a gas station so I was just wondering if it’s illegal?

0 Answers | Asked in Civil Rights, Constitutional Law, Education Law and Gov & Administrative Law for Texas on
Q: Do South Louisiana Community colleges have to honor CC RS 17: 1807?

If the under graduate is 55 years of age or older and qailifies for no tuition ect. Can the college deny this benefit?

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for Ohio on
Q: Can I practice ohios new permitless carry gun law if I have a 3 year old negligent assault convection

I read that only a pending negligent assault charge could stop you from owning a gun but I conviction however will not stop you

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for Virginia on
Q: Is it legal in Virginia for an administrator to change a student grade without the teachers consent?

Student has IEP, was informed over the course of the year that they were failing the course. Parent emailed teacher demanding the teacher change the grade and threatened recourse if teacher did not comply. Parent came to school demanding a meeting. Administrator spent 2minutes with an irate... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Divorce, Family Law and Education Law for Arizona on
Q: School requests complete custody order, not redacted onde that indicates I have custody while 2 other schools acceped it

Two other schools in the area have accepted the redacted version as all they needed was to verify who had custody, which was not redacted. It seems as if the school rep is trying to be nosy and it could be harmful to my son due to the physical and sexual abuse documented in the findings on the... Read more »

0 Answers | Asked in Education Law for Arizona on
Q: School requesting complete custody order and not the redacted version that indicates I have custody.

Two other schools in the area have accepted the redacted version as all they needed was to verify who had custody, which was not redacted. It seems as if the school rep is trying to be nosy and it could be harmful to my son due to the physical and sexual abuse documented in the findings on the... Read more »

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