Education Law Questions? Ask an Education Lawyer
At a private school, your rights and obligations are provided by the enrollment agreement, which undoubtedly refers to the school policies as being part of the contract. If you can show that the school is not following its established policies, then that would be a breach of contract and you would be entitled to damages for the breach. Damages would be the tuition costs, plus value of lost educational time and emotional damages. And, if there are 25 students involved, then this could be a pretty valuable case, dependent upon the total effect on your child's and the other students' welfare.
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