Several months after Julia’s outburst, her parents come to school to meet with you

Step 1. Review the continuation of the case study and the questions/prompts below as if you are the principal and Julia is a student at your school. Step 2. Respond to each set of questions/prompts in a well-developed paragraph. Cite all references used. Use not only the course materials or materials you find through your own research but also relevant laws and district policies.

Case Study (Continued) and Questions

Several months after Julia’s outburst, her parents come to school to meet with you. During the meeting, they claim that Julia’s teacher, Mrs. Wright, who is non-tenured, has been discriminating against Julia. They claim that Mrs. Wright treats Julia like a drug addict in front of the entire class and approaches her differently than every other student by constantly singling her out. Julia’s teacher is one of the best in the school, although she frequently acts superior to others, does what she pleases rather than listen to your requests and directives, and frequently states to anyone who will listen how the school board is oppressive. This attitude has caused a lot of concern for other faculty members. Although Mrs. Wright is a good teacher, you have been under pressure from the school board to either get her in line or get rid of her.(a) Detail all steps you would take relative to the complaint by Julia’s parents. Identify any and all steps and documentation necessary under your state’s laws and district policies, as well as specify what any documentation you should include and what you will do with it.(b) Your investigation reveals that Julia’s teacher is innocent of discrimination. In reviewing the teacher’s personnel file during your investigation, what should you find with respect to the teacher? Based on your school district’s policies, state law, and teacher contracts, describe and support the actions you would take against Mrs. Wright for her other non-discriminatory behavior. Is any of her behavior constitutionally protected? How would your actions change if Mrs. Wright was tenured?(c) What consequences could Mrs. Wright face if you find that the allegations of discrimination are valid? Describe and support your actions against Mrs. Wright under these circumstances, and identify any legal standards you must meet. What due process rights does Mrs. Wright have as a non-tenured teacher? How do those rights differ for a tenured teacher?(d) What contract and constitutional rights do faculty at your school understand the least? Suggest ways to help improve their understanding of these rights.

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