2 months, with school that is with the Texas tdlr, has to drop out this month. I emailed questions before starting to make sure the program was fully online as the school's website stated, I have the school email stating it is fully online, in their handbook it states can finish 100% online.... Read more »
It could be a misrepresentation depending upon what they knew and intended at the time they set up their website, sent the email, published their handbook, and promised you could finish online. Or it could simply be a breach of contract. Or it could be something completely outside of their...Read more »
If the school and school district do not have a rule against recording classroom lessons and the teacher giving the lesson consents, you should be able to lawfully record the lessons for your own personal use.
Many schools prohibit this activity because of confidentiality laws, especially...Read more »
I am the Parliamentarian for Dallas College Richland Campus and we have a financial problem with our college, they are not providing us enough money so that we may do stuff for students on campus and actually make changes, every time we ask them they shrug us off, can we as SGA sue them or demand a... Read more »
Each year, a portion of a college's student activity fee is allocated to SGA. This is not intended to be the sole source of funding as SGAs are expected to hold their own fund-raising activities throughout the year. Before taking legal action, you need to check to determine whether the...Read more »
I go to hair school in Dallas, part of graduating is having a certain amount of hours under your belt. The school days are 3 times a week 10 hour days. The school called me in the office today and said I had missed 12.5 days and said I couldn’t graduate unless I made them up. I told them I... Read more »
There is a practical and a legal aspect to your question. Legally, they can require that you attend school for a certain number of hours and, in order to get a license to engage in that occupation, the State requires that you do so.
The practical aspect is proving that you did, in fact,...Read more »
Generally, school administrators can question students at school without a parent or guardian being present, whether they ask for a parent or lawyer or not. Some school districts have policies to the contrary. A violation of the district policy may subject the administrator to adverse employment...Read more »
I am not sure of there is legally anything you can do at this point . Get you GED and look forward not backward, You could file a police report and see if they can charge your dad but don't count on any criminal charges being filed,
Hi, I am a 13 year old attending a middle school in Texas. If I feel uncomfortable in a class am I legally allowed to start an audio recording on my phone so If the teacher does something that could be considered illegal/abusive I can have evidence of it.
Generally speaking, Texas is a single party consent state. That means you can record a conversation you are a part of without notifying the other party. However, at school there is a greater expectation of privacy. It is likely against school rules, and very likely infringes on the rights of...Read more »
I do not know the answer but the first thing I would research is the investigation relating to the "Declaration of Intent" that all law school students must pass to become an attorney in Texas. The investigation decides whether or not you are mentally and morally fit to become an...Read more »
No, it is not mandatory that a teacher complete a Teacher Questionnaire. However, please consider completing either the questionnaire or a letter to describe your former student's functioning because the information you provide is an important part of the disability assessment. For more...Read more »
My son is ten years old weighs 170 and is around 5'4 he was in DAEP a discipline school for kids for a couple weeks during this time he didn't do his homework so his school for a whole school day worked him out for 45mins then 15 mins studies ALL DAY! During these work outs he tells them... Read more »
A Texas attorney could advise best, but your question remains open for a month. I'm very sorry for your son's injury. You could reach out to local attorneys to discuss in detail; law firms that handle these types of cases generally offer free initial consults. If the doctor's...Read more »
If you were served notice of an upcoming protective order hearing, and the attached application included false accusations, then you should hire an attorney to contest the issuance of the order. A protective order is a civil matter, even if the justification is an accusation of criminal behavior,...Read more »
I am a former educator and in october 2012 I was brought into the district for inappropriate relationship with a student. They showed text messages we shared and asked i wanted to resign or have it go public. I resigned and in January I had my teaching certificate voluntarilly surrendered without... Read more »
my son has a 504 in place for a disability and the school is trying to no longer accept him as a transfer student because he wasn't able to be at school alone this year but has kept grades up just because they aren't making money on him can they do this legally if they already knew and... Read more »
El costo depende de la forma como intente obtener la residencia. Por ejemplo, por el trabajo, inversión, por petición familiar, etc. Tendría que conocer los detalles de su caso para determinar la mejor forma para ayudarle.
I know who is sheltering her. I don't know if that same person withdrew her. She knows we want her home but this person allows her to do whatever she wants and opens the door for her. I've sent police, nothing stops it.
I am sorry to hear that you are experiencing this during this time. It does not sound like the actions to withdraw your daughter from school were legal. You most likely need to file an enforcement action or another motion to have your daughter brought back to you based on the custody agreement or...Read more »
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