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I'm a substitute teacher at two school districts. I have been requested at a junior high school quite frequently and recently have discovered that I was blacklisted from the school because a teacher was unable to request for me. I have followed all protocol and executed all lesson plans. I have recommendations from both districts by different teachers. The principal has no grounds to blacklist me since I have not done anything wrong. He has discriminated against me for whatever reason. I am sickened by his actions. He has no professionalism and does not address me by his name. Apparently he was upset at the fact that I had been requested so often at his school. Can I file a grievance against him?  
   
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He can't discriminate against you for "whatever reason". You need to be able to prove a specific reason. You can complain, but it will likely hurt you more than it helps you. Just suck it up and be glad that you can use some of the requests as a positive for the next placement.
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