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If your daughter can prove that the reason for this meeting is false or not factual, then YES she does have grounds to file suit against the manager for defamation and harassment as well. The manager cannot keep filing these pre disciplinary claims for false reasons and if he has done so and it causes her to lose the new position then the loss of the new position would be part of her damages. Additionally, if she is under a contract in her position and there is a union the union should be filing a grievance and if there is no union then your daughter should file a complaint to the school board directly for the abuse and misuse of the pre disciplinary process.
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