No. Generally speaking, any time one wishes to sue a governmental entity, which would include a school, there are many roadblocks and barriers that the government has erected to make it very difficult. Fielding a valid sustainable case against the government is a challenge and I am sorry to say I do not see anything in your post that would overcome the difficulties in bringing such a case.
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