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Q: Is it really my 13 yr old ADAD daughters responsibility to remember to go to the school nurse to get her medication?

We just found out that our daughter has missed many doses of her ADHD medication and the only reason we found out is that apparently 1 of the pills are missing and the police got involved. The nurse stated that our daughter has not been coming in on her own to get the medication.

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Q: I go to Charleston southern and I went for the fall term and now I owe 45 grand

During the fall semester I was ment to right and give them 3 letters for a dependency over rude form it took me maybe 2 weeks to get them to them after I kept calling constantly and was getting told the same thing there still processing we don’t need anything else because of this situation I... View More

Tim Akpinar
Tim Akpinar
answered on Feb 7, 2023

A South Carolina attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for two weeks. One option is to consult with a local attorney to discuss in detail. It's going to be difficult for any attorney here to offer meaningful guidance based on a brief description. If an attorney shows... View More

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Q: Is this illegal? if so what are the charges, and how much time can they do in prison

An 18 year old asked a school assistant principal to drop out. The assistant principal refused to let the 18 year old student to drop out. Now the students is there against their will.

Kimberly Winslow
Kimberly Winslow
answered on Mar 5, 2021

South Carolina law only requires regular school attendance until the Student turns 17 years old. However, what you describe is not a crime. The student has free will.

1 Answer | Asked in Employment Law and Education Law for South Carolina on
Q: As a teacher, can I sue my school district if I believe they are not providing a safe environment for myself or students

Am currently employed by Charleston County School District. This is my third year teaching and the second year I have worked for CCSD. The 2016-2017 school year has brought tremendous emotional distress into my work, family, and personal life. The students at the school this year have been... View More

Jeremy R. Summerlin
Jeremy R. Summerlin
answered on Jun 28, 2017

This is not a private forum, so your question is now available to your current employer. I suggest you delete this question, if possible, and schedule a consult with a local employment lawyer.

1 Answer | Asked in Education Law and Copyright for South Carolina on
Q: Could I copyright a charter school curriculum and format?
Will Blackton
Will Blackton
answered on Jan 27, 2017

You could, however, you should be aware that you're only copyrighting the expression of the ideas, not the underlying ideas themselves. Also, 17 U.S.C. Section 110 and the TEACH Act provides some pretty robust defenses for the use of copyrighted material in the realm of education. This may... View More

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