Hello, I had a couple of student loans returned back to the federal lenders 2yrs ago when i was forced to withdraw from a semester at my university due to severe health issues. As a result, i incurred a debt with the school for the amount of the loans that we returned. I was trying to understand if... Read more »
This question was recently asked and I posted the following: Your question involves the application of binding vs non binding authority and primary vs secondary authority. The District Court will look at the other state case, if there is no prior case on with the same facts and rules applicable in...Read more »
Your question involves the application of binding vs non binding authority and primary vs secondary authority. The District Court will look at the other state case, if there is no prior case on with the same facts and rules applicable in their District. Attorneys raise such cases (from outside...Read more »
My son is a 14 year old terror right now (stealing, lying, drugs, etc) I, his mother am married with 4 kids of my own. The oldest is 17, then the 14 yr old and a 4 & 3 year old. I have had to kick him out of my house because of unmentionable actions, that I am seeking residential treatment centers... Read more »
The circumstances of your case are unfortunate. In this case, temporary guardianship seems appropriate. Temporary Guardianship is usually filed in Probate Court; this will allow your brother to register your son for school in the district where he resides. It is best to contact an attorney who can...Read more »
Under federal law, there are no restrictions on when and how much an employee may work once he or she turns 16. However, 16 and 17 year-old employees are restricted from performing certain hazardous jobs, such as operating heavy machinery or handling dangerous chemicals. Additionally, if an...Read more »
I have not looked up the statute or regulations on this subject, but assuming your understanding of the law is correct, I would think directing your complaint to the Maryland State Department of Education would be the route to go, as well as possibly raising the issue with your local Maryland State...Read more »
If you're asking in the context of the law, it is a very broad subject unless you narrow it down. Insanity could be raised as a defense in criminal prosecutions. Mental health can be an issue in terms of capacity to enter into legal enforceable contracts. It could be an issue in executing legal...Read more »
I was anonymously accused of drinking at my teaching job. I was forced to leave my room, with all of my belongings. No administrator attempted to speak with me to ascertain if the allegation had any validity. I was then requested (required) to go to an ER to have an alcohol level blood test... Read more »
In simple terms, it could distinguish the practice of handling a claim through one's own insurance (first-party) or through an outside insurance (third-party). In civil procedure, the terms could be used in new designations for the parties when people who were not part of the original action are...Read more »
Driver grabbed & pulled from his seat (others too), & yells at my child, humiliated, embarrassed, shamed, has had excessive/extreme behavioral "interventions" that are used for kids that are a threat to himself/others, Retaliated after a complaint by confronting child, told his punishment was due... Read more »
There is a gang in the school were my son is getting bullied and harrassed. The leader of the gang keeps approaching him with treats of gang jumping him and fighting. The leader is 13 and the members are 12 or so. Can i press charges against him and the school since i have had a meeting with them... Read more »
The short answer is yes. However, it is important that you contact an attorney as soon as possible to discuss the specifics of your case. We are more than glad to assist you. Contact us whenever you are ready.
The pay is the same and both are classified positions in public schools. However, the job descriptions have a bit of overlap but are mostly different and the behavioral aide role requires specific training, skills, and direct communication with behavioral specialists among others. Is it legal to... Read more »
I suggest that you talk to a manager in your Human Resources (HD) department and explain your situation. Since you are working for a public entity (although you have not indicated whether you are in permanent status yet), you should be able to consult with HR about your specific position and its...Read more »
Yes, you can. You would need to transfer to an online school and provide your current school with the information needed to effectuate the transfer. Your parents may still have access to your education records if you are a dependent for tax purposes. Good luck--and make sure to finish!
I am a secretary at an Ohio High School and I often get 18 year old seniors who want to sign themselves in/out or to call themselves in sick without notifying a parent. Our school policy has always been that we must talk to a parent regardless if 18. I can't find anything on the ODE website on... Read more »
Good question. Under federal law, educational rights (and responsibilities) transfer to the student when they turn 18, even if they are still in school. So a student can sign themselves out or report their own absences once they turn 18. However, an exception to this FERPA rule allows schools to...Read more »
First, there is no illegality for teachers of private schools in this scenario. Private schools and their teachers are typically not covered by student privacy laws. There may be school policies that prohibit the sharing of student identities online, but...Read more »
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