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Education Code Section 234.1 lays out the requirements to ensure that school districts are working to reduce discrimination, harassment, violence, intimidation and bullying, thereby increasing school safety for all students.
Under this law, every school district must: For more information, click here. A: Any student who experiences discrimination or harassment may file a complaint with the school or school district.
You have the right to file a complaint with your school if you are the victim of bullying, harassment, or discrimination.
You can file a complaint with your school or district related to the following types of harassment (actual or perceived): If you file a complaint with the school, the principal is required by law to investigate and fix the problem.
Your school, including teachers and administrators, is required by law to protect you and must take the necessary steps to stop any form of bullying.
If the bullying continues or you feel that the school did not properly look into your complaint, you can file a complaint with the superintendent of the school district.
The form can be filled out by any student, a parent, or interested third party or organization, for a student.
File a complaint with your school district within 6 months of the incident.
Only teaching the same couple of classes semester after semester.
Within 60 days from the date of the receipt of complaint, you should receive a written response from the school district explaining what they found, their conclusions and the legal basis for it, what steps they plan to take, and your right to appeal.
If you are not satisfied with the response to your complaint, within 15 days of receiving the decision you can file an appeal to the CA Department of Education.
If you promise to post grades by a certain time, DO IT. One of many reasons is too many students hear or have heard horror stories about the professor.
These stories automatically cause a stressful and stale environment.