Indigenous Immersion Schools receiving grant funding and federal funding to operate must create a complete curriculum in target language that is unavailable elsewhere for purchase. These schools would like to copyright their work and are trying to decipher who has legal rights to copyright.
answered on Mar 15, 2023
Yes, it can, however you need to review the terms of the grant. When the Federal Government produces creative material it usually is copyright free (search Google for "U.S. Government Works" to learn more). Works prepared for the Federal Government by contractors may be owned (and... Read more »
I have a girl friend and looking forward to get married soon, what’s the procedure? I haven’t take any steps further yet
answered on Nov 9, 2021
Assuming you qualify, once you are married, you would need to file for an adjustment of status, which is a multi-step process. Please contact immigration counsel to discuss specific requirements and costs associated with filing. Best of luck!
This is during a pandemic. The school is not screening students as they enter the building which has resulted in students being exposed to children who have tested positive. Our children and a household member suffer from autoimmune issues and one child is awaiting test results for leukemia.... Read more »
answered on Oct 2, 2020
I'm very sorry to her of this situation which sounds dreadful, but, I hasten to add, I am not giving any kind of opinion.
I do think, from what little I discern just from this question, that if I was a parent in that situation it would seem to me that at the very least if my child... Read more »
It was a hazardous wire in front of a TV, then said student accidentally broke the TV would the student then have to pay for a replacement?
answered on Mar 23, 2020
It could depend on the school district. Many districts across the nation would let it go, treating it for what it was, an accident. Students should not be held accountable if their conduct was accidental. Further, there could be insurance to cover such losses. Your question remains open for four... Read more »
I'm 18 year old senior in high school, I had a modified schedule which allows me to leave earlier than the rest of the students. I am not mad about it, I am just wondering if this is allowed. I am guessing this is fine but it just worried me a little. Also I don't know where to even start... Read more »
answered on Feb 21, 2018
Your question is a valid concern for a number of reasons. Having said that, I don't know what school or school district you are in and what the regulations are regarding the duties of the principal and the protocol regarding errant students or students deemed not to be compliant with... Read more »
i am being accused if being in a fight with a female at my school. i was suspended for 4 days i hen had a meeting with the assistant principle and they told me if i talk to her again on school grounds that they will have me suspended or expelled. i never signed anything saying those were the... Read more »
answered on Feb 6, 2018
While you do have rights of speech as you clearly articulate, those rights of speech must be contextualized. You must remember that the school as an institution has rules and regulations governing the conduct of students like you. Schools usually design their rules and regulations on the basis of... Read more »
My son was in the classroom the teacher was in the classroom the Bell just rang 19 year old student approach my son was in his face and shove them and they started to fight my son was suspended from school for rest of the school year
answered on Dec 19, 2017
Can fight the suspension--seems overly harsh, will impact graduation. School is only repsonsible if the 19 year old wasn't supposed to be there or if the 19 year old had a known propensity to violence. However your son 1)being in his face and 2)shoving him makes your son likely to lose.Contact... Read more »
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