I received an F from a course. At first encounter, the instructor told me that I was a failure and would never graduate. She failed to allow me to finish my required paperwork. She graded my paperwork afterwards harshly. There are further details, but I was dismissed from my current program and now have an F on my permanent record. I believe I was wrongly discriminated against. I tried to talk to the course coordinator and the chair of the program with no results. I would ultimately like to see this instructor terminated and have the F wiped from my record.
I'm sure you would. You have cited no basis for discrimination under a protected class. You have cited an instructor who may not like you and gave you an F because she is a tough grader. Permitted.
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It is hard to see how this could be the basis for any type of claim. What makes you think the professor discriminated against you? Race, religion, gender, etc? You need to provide a lot more information if you want a helpful answer.
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