I suspect that your attorney who was with you according to your question will be able to guide you in deciding what to do. This is the sort of thing that really requires you to retain and follow the advice of your own attorney
Yours is the sort of complex question that is beyond the scope of this simple Q&A forum. Please consult in person with an education law attorney. Bring any paperwork that you may have to your consultation. You should know, however, that generally speaking, schools Are immune from legal action. Therefore, you should look into alternate solutions and resolutions.
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Talk to your attorney about legal options.
If this lawyer is not well-versed in school law, find one who is.
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