We just moved to Rhode Island from Wisconsin. I have a student entering 6th grade. In WI she was identified as a Tier 2 General Intelligence learner in the RTI framework and had a formal subject acceleration (skipped a grade) in math and received in-class enrichment in other subject areas. Her... Read more »
student got called down to deans because of posting something on twitter that was a picture with the basketball team that lost the state championship with an orge face. This student was on the winning basketball team.
Check the school policy manual. if you find it to encroach on constitutionality protected speech, enlist the services of a licensed attorney to assist you ion pressing these rights and voiding the offending policy, if any.
She has a school issued Chromebook in Rhode island and has been having trouble with a teacher, fearing no one believed her she recorded audio of one of her class sessions. She was told by the school she broke the law in doing so.
EWG in RI just passed a policy saying there are no provisions for opting out of parcc testing..when citing my right to refuse under the due process clause of the 14th amendment they said my parental rights are open to interpretation....would love to nail them to the wall for their ignorance...where... Read more »
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