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Can’t get a practicum or internship in school

Students spend huge amounts of money on college tuition. This sum becomes greater if you attend graduate or doctoral programs. You enroll in a school program and are accepted with the promise of certain course offerings and an internship or practicum… Read More
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The cheap way to sue a public college or private college

Students often call me wanting to sue their college. The reasons vary. Some have been kicked out or expelled from their program. Other students have been suspended or put on probation and they cannot attend classes. Some students feel that the school… Read More
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Caught with Edibles (Marijuana Laced Food) on school campus?

Bringing marijuana edibles onto the campus of a school or college campus will have severe consequences. Students will face suspension or expulsion if caught. Schools consider bringing marijuana edibles to school a serious offense. These disciplinary… Read More
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What can happen if a student is caught with a knife or razor in school?

The news has highlighted several cases of students facing discipline for bringing a knife or razor to school. These knives are typically a pocket knife or small razor blade. Many times a student did not bring the knife to school with knowledge, but f… Read More
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What happens when a school tries to fire a teacher?

Teachers have one of the toughest jobs. They are the architects of our future by molding young minds every day. However, sometimes things go wrong. A teacher could face discipline or misconduct charges for several reasons. So, what is the process if… Read More
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Can a student with an IEP or 504 be expelled from school?

An Exceptional Student Education (ESE) supported Student with an Individual Education Plan (IEP) or 504 plan may face many challenges. That is why an IEP or 504 plan is in place for them, to help them overcome these challenges. But what happens when… Read More
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Are You a Teacher Accused of Hitting a Student?

Teachers have a great responsibility for not only educating students, but also keeping them safe. Teachers may be put in situations where they must redirect students or even break up a fight. When teachers are in a situation where they must go “han… Read More
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How can I appeal a grade in college?

In college, you work hard, you study, and you complete all of your assignments and papers. You log into your student account to check your grades and immediately see a problem. A grade or two seems wrong. The professor must have made a mistake. You e… Read More
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Accused of helping students cheat on a test? Legal advice for teachers.

Standardized tests like End-of-Course Assessments (EOC), Florida Standards Assessments (FSA), statewide science assessment, and National and International Assessments (NAEP, PIRLS, PISA, and TIMSS) are proctored by teachers. A test administrator will… Read More
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What is the procedure when a school tries to expel a student?

If a student gets into trouble and faces expulsion, what is the process before they are expelled? If you are looking for our college and university dismissal and expulsion defense practice area – click here. A student will first face a suspensi… Read More
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