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.
One option is to file a complaint with the Nevada Department of Education. The department has a responsibility to investigate all complaints of bullying and to take steps to address the problem. Suppose the department finds that the school has not adequately addressed the bullying. In that case, it...View More
If a trait school has let a student enroll,& not attend school,& still let's them receive a loan, that's for,attending that school,( Fasa loan & Pell Grant.) I believe it is. Also, the student was given, by the owner the of business, all the answers, to all Q&A'S,... View More
If a school is inconsistently applying attendance and academic requirements, leading to one student improperly receiving federal financial aid while another doesn't, it raises concerns about federal compliance, potential fraud, or discriminatory practices. Schools violating these federal...View More
In Nevada, schools are expected to ensure a safe environment for students and address bullying issues. They must have clear rules against bullying and set up teams to handle such situations. Although the law doesn't directly say schools can be held responsible for bullying incidents, there...View More
The threat was called in to local PD regarding the high school. District lockdown all school for several hours. Many students including my kids didn’t get lunch that day. Students had to pee in bucket’s in class while teacher held up a blanket. PD posted on FB they believed it was a hoax. In... View More
It is possible that the lockdown and lack of provisions for lunch and bathroom breaks during the lockdown could be seen as a violation of students' civil rights. However, whether or not there is a case against the district would depend on a number of factors, including the specific...View More
Last Sunday I drank alcohol too late. I got up for work, normal routine, felt ok and came in. That was the misstep. Apparently, a coworker smelt it on me and reported it to the front office. Two admin and two officers came in escorted me up front while they called a testing company. I test... View More
You should have counsel with you. You also should contact an employment lawyer and your union representative as this is more of an employment issue than an educational issue. Do not discuss this with anyone outside of your lawyer.
A Nevada attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for three weeks. You could reach out to attorneys who handle government/administrative law (which you've already chosen), education law, professional license/certificate matters, civil litigation, and probably a few other...View More
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... View 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...View More
The high school by my house has a sign allowing people to use the track for exercise and dog walking. I use the track in the summer when schools out. Usually at 11:00pm-1:00am, so I like to have a firearm on me. Is this allowed since the school is closed for several months, and it’s in the... View More
No. See NRS 202.265. This statute does not have an exception for the time of day. The track is part of school property for any Nevada public school I know about. You can face a criminal charge for being on school property with a gun at any time. It's a gross misdemeanor, and you can face up to...View More
Your question on this forum provides evidence that you may be attempting to file a frivolous lawsuit. More facts are needed and there are numerous Causes of Action that would form the basis of a claim against an educational institution, graduate school or otherwise.
Basically when I was 6 months old my parents brought me to the United States and overstayed their VISAS. Nobody in my direct family is a legal citizen, and I am at a loss for answers. I’m currently going to a CTA highschool and I want to go to university and college, but I have no idea how to go... View More
Depending upon how old you were when you came to the US you may be able to apply for DACA. But the next president of the US has all the power to either continue the DACA program or cancel it. So you need to act quick and apply for DACA as soon as you can. And how old is your daughter?, depending...View More
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