Generally, when you resign voluntarily you do not qualify for unemployment insurance. However, under these circumstances, you could still file a claim. If your employer does not contest your claim, you will likely receive unemployment benefits. If the employer does contest your claim, you could...Read more »
Hi. Following up on first response from Michael Siegel. My case is an odd one. My kids were enrolled in the district where we all lived with my ex-girlfriend. After the breakup, I moved. Though there's bedrooms for them at my new residence, they've been staying for the majority of the... Read more »
If you have left your kids with a non-relative who is not a formal legal guardian, and left, you have more problems than the school. If child services finds out, they will open a case. Either maintain a legal residence with your ex-girlfriend, or make her a legal guardian. Do not leave this...Read more »
Hi, hope you’re well. I have a question regarding residency for schooling on Long Island. I am a single father and live with my two teenage children in Suffolk County. We used to live with my ex-girlfriend in a Nassau County town, and my kids were enrolled in school there. I had to move... Read more »
If they do not live in the town where they go to school they will be thrown out and must go where you live. While you might be able to phony up a lease, the issue is where they sleep at night. If the district finds out mid-year, you could be thrown out ASAP. If your kids spill the beans on the...Read more »
I applied for a nursing program at a local community college within the deadline period. I’ve been waiting for an acceptance letter, which was to be sent out the 3rd week of April. It turns out my application was never put in the system and I was completely overlooked, while my grades are higher... Read more »
Greetings. Based on your inquiry, it appears you have been disciplined in some way by your academic institution that you feel is incorrect. The proper procedure for addressing an institution's actions is by way of an Article 78 filed in NY Supreme Court (if all internal procedures have been...Read more »
My son is a 14 year old boy with Dx of school phobia x 7 years. He recently graduated from a district 20 Brooklyn phobia program. He was accepted into a regular HS and was not able to make the change from a phobic program to a regular school. I am placing an impartial hearing to try and get DOE to... Read more »
What does the IEP say about placement now? You need to have a private opinion from a psychologist that the placement in the IEP is wrong, and call an emergency CSE to amend the IEP. If the IEP is changed to require private school, you are good. Your expert might have to come and present his/her...Read more »
The document was missing goals, and the district removed two agreed goals, resulting in inappropriate/ no reporting. Now are removing services with no progress reports to support. When realized error, they altered the document to cover up one goal was missing at reporting time.
She is almost 16. (5 months) and now wants to drop out due to the legal pressure and due to her mental health. Can they still keep this case on me if she does? They gave me educational neglect! This is all mental health related so why is it a crime against us? Also, They did not give her an IEP. I... Read more »
Why is it a crime? Because that is how the system works. If she has an IEP, you need to call an emergency CSE and get placement so there is no neglect. If she has no IEP, you must demand an immediate educational evaluation. Then, do whatever they say to save yourself. On dropping out, it is...Read more »
In the term yr I was given a grant. I could not use such grant because i was not in compliance with Federal Law requirements. So I was told to wait 1 year. I did.. I got a email that there was a change in my grant (meaning it was now available) the grant was for a few thousand and was available... Read more »
To whom do you owe the money? If the school, write a letter denying the debt, and wait to be sued. If the Higher Education Authority or USDOE, then check your credit report and see how it is reflected and reach out to them.
My son has been suspended 3 times, other two times were not alleged bullying, the bullying had been going on for almost 2 yrs, and the school district says, My 12 yr old is the problem. My 12 yr old has disability thats severe, and struggles with many obstacles daily.
i am being accused of a loan i have no connection with, my name is right other information are wrong i did notify higher education my information have been compromised with, i did my own investigation trying to locate the school, i was told that school was cloed years ago, i google it, they were... Read more »
Great question. Private schools might operate via contracts and consent forms. Public schools operate under statutory law, and in NY the age of majority is 18. Thus technically, absent a consent waiver to communicate with others, public school administration and faculty should be communicating only...Read more »
90 days from then. There may be exceptions--if you are over the time limit but they were aware of it you may have an out. Contact a member of the NYState Trial Lawyers Assn in your county immediately--as in today! They give free consults.
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