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No one will argue that all teachers and students deserve a supportive and safe environment at school. However, the area of school discipline varies greatly across school districts in California and nationwide, creating unfair inconsistencies in how one student is treated compared with another.
School discipline can be invoked in many situations, including:
Additionally, with today’s volatile social media climate, school discipline has taken on a whole new meaning. When does a post or other activity on social media rise to a level where schools can and should discipline students for those actions? When does such discipline cross the line and violate a student’s rights under the United States Constitution? When should the school do more?
An environment where your student’s ability to learn is impaired can be damaging to their future. Similarly, poor choices and impulsive behavior may be simply the product of immaturity and not deserving of being shunted into the criminal justice system. Preventing this kind of damage to your child or teen is equally important. With over 20 years’ combined experience in both criminal law and education counseling, Saros Law APC knows how to propose and obtain reasonable solutions to difficult situations.
Regardless of which side you are on, we are ready to work as your advocate. Whether victims of cyberbullying, physical bullying or other uncomfortable and dangerous situations, you may feel that the school is not protecting your student. Or if your student is faced with disciplinary proceedings or worse in the school environment, our attorney is here to serve your student’s and family’s best interest and advocate on your behalf in the school setting and/or criminal arena.
Our lawyer changed her career because she wants to help students in the school system. Call our Torrance office for assistance throughout the Los Angeles area. Call (310) 341-3466 or use our contact form for educational issues.