Federal law prohibits discrimination in educational institutions, including elementary, secondary schools, colleges, and vocational schools. Unlawful discrimination on the basis of an individual’s race, color, national origin (including English language learners), sex, disability or age may be a violation of federal law, depending on the specific facts and circumstances of each case. This type of unlawful discrimination may prevent access to beneficial programs, disadvantage students compared to their classmates, and cause other types of serious inequality.
Our firm is up to the challenge. These types of cases are legally complex and require thorough review of facts and cross-examination of witnesses. We will stand by your side to see that your rights are protected.