Parents sue Georgia school district for failing to order masks
ATLANTA (AP) – Four parents are suing the Cobb County School District on behalf of their children, claiming that the fact that Georgia’s second largest school district does not require masks means their students cannot attend in any safety in face-to-face classes due to their disability.
The complaint was filed in federal court in Atlanta on Friday. He says the suburban Atlanta district, which has 107,000 students, is in violation of federal law, including the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act. These laws govern how students with disabilities are treated in public schools.