My question involves education law in the State of: FLORIDA
I am enrolled in a college (accredited, FAFSA etc) for over a year. I am an excellent student in all aspects. Last month I filed a detailed complaint regarding teacher misconduct and teacher abuse towards me. by the way all the students complain between themselves about this teacher. I informed them in the complaint that any meetings regarding the matter, I will come along with my interpreter since English is not my native language. This college is emailing me threats that they will drop me out of the program unless I agree to meet with the director "alone" without my interpreter whom they have "no legal obligation to meet with since he is not a student". Today they handed me a letter they said I must sign. The letter is laughable, It states that I (the student) disrespected the teacher/supervisor and also did not adhere to rules etc. I took a copy home and did not sign it. I told them I need to run it by my interpreter.
Do they have the right to drop me out with the only reason being "not signing their letter" or "not agreeing to meet with them alone" ?