I would like to know if the general ed cohort my child is in is heterogenous. She feels that it is in a targeting special ed group because she is on a IEP- I have requested the ratio of gen ed to special ed in this cohort and the school denied the request. Do I have the right to know as a member of... Read more »
This is not a privacy concern, but there is no explicit "right to know" either. As you correctly note, you are a member of the team. The information may help you to make informed decisions about appropriateness of placement, etc.
I’m in medical assistant school and one of the other students gave me possible nerve damage at some point during a vein puncture or injection. I went to the doctor after alerting my teacher and the doctor told me my symptoms sounded like nerve damage and to see a specialist if I don’t see... Read more »
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a week. You ask about your options. A starting point could be to try to arrange a consult with an attorney. Most law firms that handle injury cases offer free initial consults. Whether or not an attorney identifies the basis...Read more »
I sent the school a letter stating that I refuse them to put a medical mask on my child. They will not comply. When my son showed up to school Thursday without a mask they removed him from class and put him in a room by himself with no direction from his teachers on how to do his school work. He... Read more »
I'm not sure if this is still an issue, but the 504 plan is to accommodate your child's disabilities so he can access his education. Is he physically unable to wear a mask due to his ADD? If so, you should meet with the 504 team to discuss what types of accommodations can be put in...Read more »
She is a straight A. student but lacks athletic ability so it causes other kids to not want to include her and get made fun of so she doesnt like school anymore. P.E. class shouldnt cause kids to feel this way. I dont see this class being necessary for her. She is in 5th grade and has loved school... Read more »
Federal law does not require public schools to provide physical education, but many states do. Below is from 2010, so guidance may have changed. https://www.shapeamerica.org/advocacy/son/2010/upload/Oklahoma-profile.pdf
"Oklahoma mandates at least 60 minutes of physical education per...Read more »
She was physically attacked by another minor and another student recorded this incident. We have pressed charges on the subjects. I believe we are going to need some to be our representative, to make sure that the young lady gets more than one week's suspension and will no longer cause harm to... Read more »
The decision to suspend your daughter's assailant (and how long to suspend her) is likely in the sole discretion of the school's principal / superintendent. Do not be surprised if you do not have any say in the matter. If the student who attacked your daughter had a history of such...Read more »
Recently graduated from esthetics school in Florida but it was the worst experience I've ever had. One of the things we can be taught is a Brazilian wax where all of the last but are waxed. I was the demo for my instructor and during the wax, she kept making comments along the lines “oh look... Read more »
My son is 7 and is undergoing testing in school for disabilities and by his main pediatrician. He's been acting up at school more and more and he told me kids have been bullying him and hitting him and calling him names every day. During lunch time on Thursday I went to check up on him and... Read more »
You need an advocate for your son. There are lawyers who concentrate on education issues, especially for children like your son. Do your search in and around the bay area, where you live, and you will find those special attorneys who devote themselves to helping parents like you. They are out...Read more »
It would depend on the regulations of the school district, school, and bus company. In general, principals do have broad authority to audit or inspect activities that affect the welfare and safety of students. Good luck
The other girl pushed first and it was a group of girls beating my daughter me and my older daughter arrived and got on the bus to get my daughter when the other girl attacked my older daughter and in self defense she fought back i yelked to ither girl get off her so she didnt listen so i told my... Read more »
So far, it is not illegal. The law about Covid vaccination is in a process of constant changes due to the differing opinions of diverse groups. One day you are prohibited from appearing in public on a mask that conceals your identity and the next day you are required to wear one. Personally, I...Read more »
Even though it's a department of education school and the department of Ed is accommodating teachers, my job is not taking my request seriously nor are they willing to make any accommodation for my religious practice. I was told I would be placed on unpaid leave with no regard to my request... Read more »
Your question does not indicate what your religious accommodation request is. Whether your employer's decision to place you on an unpaid leave is unlawful depends on your accommodation request, whether your request eliminates one of the essential functions of your job, and/or causes your...Read more »
I had signed my contract in May after the district said they would take it as a resignation for anyone that did not turn in a signed contract by the end of May 2021. I have kids to support so out of fear of unemployment I signed the contract. There were teachers resigning left and right. The... Read more »
Thanks and you should speak to an Arkansas employment and education law attorney. The Arkansas Teacher Fair Dismissal Act does provide some protections to teachers, and many districts will release teachers from their contracts under circumstances similar to the ones you identified. By working...Read more »
Adding to Mr. Geers response. MCL 380.1307b together with 380.1312 is part of the prohibition on corporal punishment. And a person who has allegedly been subjected to the wrongful act, would likely raise these statutes in their civil complaint.
My vaccinated friend caught COVID-19, spread from an unvaccinated student, his next-door dorm neighbor. They have isolation dorms specifically to quarantine people and promised reservations for those who were vaccinated. The rooms are all full because they gave them to anyone who got sick instead... Read more »
Your friend's rights largely depend on the terms and conditions agreed to when signing up to reside in the dorm. He therefore must schedule a consultation with an attorney and present all relevant writings for review. He can click on the Justia "Find a Lawyer" tab up top or contact...Read more »
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