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Old 08-29-2019, 10:32 PM
 
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to consult a lawyer for some of those answers. I did a quick internet search without much luck in answering your questions.

Off the top of my head and never having attended law school, the principal seems to be coercing staff into a conspiracy to circumvent the IDEA and the IEPs of two students. I can't imagine the prince going public enough to request a subpoena and involve a judge in his misdeeds. Coerced or not, even the possibility of participating in a conspiracy could be a problem. Hence my suggestion of a lawyer to CYA.

It might be good to find out about whistleblowing laws in your state in case he does level charges.
Again, I can't imagine he'd be willing to pursue something that leads to the conclusion that he willfully violated an IEP, but you never can tell what a cornered person will do.
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