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New York Student Discipline Attorney Discusses Inappropriate Sexual Language in School

On Behalf of | Nov 9, 2015 | Uncategorized

I was recently asked as a New York Student Discipline Attorney about what to do if a child is hearing inappropriate sexual language in school from a teacher.  In terms of a student who finds themselves in a difficult situation with one of their teachers, the schools have complaint mechanisms in place where you can bring those complaints to light. You want to do this in a way that it’s going to get the attention of the school quickly and the school can act to put an end to whatever the problem may be. Of course, there are always going to be questions of credibility of whether the student is telling the truth and whether the teacher is telling the truth, and sometimes it does involve more of an investigation by the school which can take time.

When your child is faced with an issue involving teacher misconduct or inappropriate language by a teacher or something where a teacher is making your child uncomfortable, you need to take immediate action to bring that to the school districts attention. You want to consult with an attorney who is familiar with the school setting so that you can get appropriate advice on what needs to be brought to the attention of the administration.   I advise parents as a New York Student Discipline Attorney that you may want to get witness statements so when it comes to being questioned by the school administrators or by the school investigator these statements are already lined up.

If your child is dealing with inappropriate sexual language in school by a teacher, contact our experienced New York Student Discipline Attorneys.

This informational blog post was provided by Kim Berg, an experienced New York Student Discipline Attorney.