More information is needed. Was July rent ever paid? Was November rent ever paid? If all past due rent was paid within the 10 days specified in the notice, it likely is a defense to any eviction. You say the eviction process continues but they should not have even filed in court to evict until...View More
I was kicked out of school because my writing had high levels of A.I. Yesterday, one of the instructors sent an email warning people that if they use online resumes for the class, it will get flagged as cheating. Even though he is the one who told us this was okay This also happened to me in... View More
If you've been dismissed from school based on accusations of using AI in your writing, and you believe this decision was unjust or inconsistent with the school's policies, you may have grounds to challenge the decision. Firstly, review the school's academic policies, especially those...View More
My daughter read Life As We Knew It in 6th grade(11 yrs old). It intails a pastor convincing a girl to starve herself so the rest of the congregation will have faith that God is on their side during an end of the world situation. The girl sucums to the practice and dies. She refused to listen to... View More
Under California law, public schools can assign reading material that contains references to Christianity, fasting, and sacrifice practices, as long as the material is part of a curriculum that serves an educational purpose and is not intended to promote or endorse any particular religious belief....View More
In the United States, public schools have the responsibility to ensure that the curriculum, including assigned reading materials, adheres to the principles of secular education as mandated by the First Amendment. This means that schools must avoid endorsing or promoting any particular religion or...View More
This girl lost her AirPods in the diving instructor’s car then when my daughter went to drive the instructor asked if she me so and so if she can return the AirPods my kid said idk her he then said return them to the office So she brought them home and next day she went to school with them and... View More
In this situation, it's important to know that your child does not appear to have a legal obligation to pay for the lost AirPods. The fact that she initially tried to return them to the office demonstrates that she didn't intend to steal them. Additionally, the school's police...View More
Our daughter started middle school and she is blind and autistic. Fun loving and loves school she has been harassed and bullied from day one being called "blind b****" "you deserve the death penalty" and others for 3 months and now today a physical threat of "im going to... View More
I'm really sorry to hear about your daughter's difficult situation at school. It's crucial to address this issue promptly. First, document any incidents of bullying or harassment thoroughly, including dates, times, locations, and individuals involved. Keep copies of all...View More
The Form I-20 is a critical document for international students in the U.S. It confirms your acceptance into a study program at a U.S. institution and your eligibility for an F-1 visa. It also outlines your program start and end dates, field of study, and financial information.
As an international student in the United States, engaging in cryptocurrency trading generally won't affect your visa status, provided you comply with all relevant laws and regulations. Your primary concern should be maintaining your full-time student status and adhering to the terms of your...View More
KCS does random weapons checks of students and their personal property, not just lockers and MacBooks which I understand is not student property, at the public schools. The school system has procedure outlined to conduct these, but how is it not violating the students' 4th amendment rights?... View More
The legality of random weapons checks in schools, including searches of pockets and backpacks, is a complex issue that balances student safety with Fourth Amendment rights. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that public school students have reduced expectations of privacy while at school, which...View More
It is unlikely that the school district can intervene as long as the parent has properly filed to homeschool the children and is complying with the OAC regulations concerning testing and reporting. Are either child on an IEP? is there evidence either is failing to receive a Free and Appropriate...View More
It is never acceptable for a teacher to physically restrain a child, especially by using a headlock. This is considered excessive force and can result in serious injury to the child. In Nevada, there are strict laws in place to protect students from physical abuse by teachers.
So a sub wrote a report about me at school saying i took a picture of her, the school told me if i am lying and they search my phone and find it they will press charges, for starters i know they cant search unless proven that they have a warrant due to my 4 amendment, and this sub made me feel... View More
In California, if law enforcement obtains a search warrant for a specific item, such as a picture on your phone, and they find something else illegal during that search, it could lead to further legal consequences. The scope of a search warrant is generally limited to what is specified in the...View More
if a child throws a rock and it hits a vehicle while the child is at school and under school supervision, the school district is typically responsible for the cost of the damages. This is because the school district has a duty to supervise its students and to take reasonable steps to prevent them...View More
Teachers at our sons public school lead prayer everyday before lunch and maybe more but that’s all I know about at the moment. We are not affiliated with that religion so we do not want our son being unwillfully subjected to this. While we respect the religion we don’t condone him being put in... View More
In the United States, the Constitution's First Amendment, which includes the Establishment Clause, generally prohibits public school teachers, who are government employees, from leading prayers in public schools. The U.S. Supreme Court has consistently held that public schools cannot sponsor...View More
The daycare is federally funded should the parent call the police and report it and pull out the child is that a criminal offense? Does the Director and her 2nd in command get in trouble or fired or brought up on charges.. they both are responsible for feeding the child via feeding tube connected... View More
Start with a complaint to the police / Sherriff with jurisdiction over the daycare center. You should also make a complaint to the state agency that licences the center the Florida Department of Children and Families (DCF)....View More
I live on campus and I’ve had to move dorms 1ce so far thinking about doing it again. The first dorm I was in I had ac blasting in my face at night around 60° and heat during the day which would go up to 75° that I could not control. It would disrupt my sleep schedule and led me to get sick.... View More
To determine your rights and remedies, your contract/lease with the college must be reviewed. Start by reviewing it yourself and see if there is any verbiage regarding maintenance/repair issues, as well as any verbiage on any steps you must take in the event of any dispute or complaint. Then...View More
To determine whether your fishing team for junior high and high school students qualifies for an Exempt School Organization status, you will need to review the requirements set forth by the IRS for educational organizations. This typically involves the organization being associated with an...View More
The school has know about the situation for three weeks but have done nothing. They don’t believe my child was jumped but has also failed to provide the surveillance footage of the attack. They told me one child came forward and said he hit my child too hard. The school expects my child to... View More
As a parent, it's distressing to hear that your child's safety is at risk. If the school is not addressing your concerns adequately, you might consider taking legal action. Schools have a duty to provide a safe environment for students.
You can request the surveillance footage...View More
Teenager felt sick at school so they decided to search her. Another day she passed out. School decided to search her again and both times they asked if she was doing drugs. They had already been informed that she hasn't been eating like she should due to others saying she was fat. She only... View More
In Washington state, public schools have the authority to search students if there are reasonable grounds for suspecting that the search will yield evidence that the student has violated or is violating either the law or the rules of the school. However, the scope of the search must be reasonably...View More
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