Yes, it's entirely possible. Note, all civil lawsuits have a time frame wherein should you sit on your rights too long, you may not be able to bring an action, as it may be forever banned. In suing a public entity that period is especially short. Contact someone who handles discrimination and civil rights claims NOW.
Absolutely. Contact an education attorney in your area and review all the facts and circumstances to determine if you have sufficient grounds to bring a case.
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