Five parents with students in the Cobb County School District have filed a lawsuit against the district’s face mask mandate.
The suit, filed April 9 in Cobb Superior Court, claims that the district’s mandate, which was announced before the start of the current school year, “has arbitrarily and capriciously segregated the student population.”
The mandate, which applies to all students, teachers and other staff working on school campuses, has effectively created two “separate, but unequal” learning environments, one in-person, and one virtual, according to the lawsuit.
(You can read it here.)
The suit, which names Superintendent Chris Ragsdale