Can a teacher in the state of Florida chose to use push-ups as a form of punishment on a student if it is a public school?
While working on a science worksheet, I noticed no one had been working on the building for our earthquake-proof design.
My high school cafeteria only seats about a quarter of the students and the rest of us are forced to sit on the floor in the hallways, which seems to be a fire hazard. Are schools required to provide enough seating for their students?
My 16 year old son, born with Down Syndrome, was asked not to bring his peanut butter sandwich to school because a fellow student (17 years old) has peanut allergies. Why can’t the student with allergies eat elsewhere? Why is my son forced to change or eat elsewhere due to the other student’s needs?
Can you tell me what type of lawyer might take on a civil case I would like to bring against the university I have attended. The case concerns gross lack of professionalism on the part of a key professor in the music department, which was reported to the administration with no results.
These girls push her as she is walking down the hall, they have kicked her feet to make her trip, and they pulled her hair. The principal says my daughter brings this on herself. My daughter is bipolar and ADHD and receives disability. She is very mouthy at times. But does that give these girls the right to put there hands on my daughter?ï¿½
Is it right or against the law for a school nurse to call a student’s home and ask why they did not come to school that day?
Targeted accusations of drug use by a high school teacher against a high school teen following high school fights, and a high school party, lead to suspension. No high school drug testing was done, but private drug testing revealed no drug use as accused. But the high school teen’s reputation is ruined. Now what?
The Old Deluder Satan Law, though unusually named, had a sincere and important purpose.