Texas school mask mandate ban violates disabled student rights
A federal judge holds that banning mask mandates in schools violates students with disabilities right to equal participation in education…
A federal judge holds that banning mask mandates in schools violates students with disabilities right to equal participation in education programs.
Federal judge overturns Texas’s mask ban in schools saying it violates the Disabilities Act. Children with disabilities are entitled to certain protections while attending school that the mask ban prohibits.
A federal court has ruled Texas’ ban on school mask mandates cannot be enforced. The suit – filed on behalf of disabled students – could be a blueprint for resolving similar legal rows in anti-mask jurisdictions.
What people are saying?
Josh Cuéllar No because they are banning a mask mandate not mask wearing so a disabled student can wear a mask. Also, mask mandates are like having a kid in a wheelchair and making everyone get a wheelchair so they don’t feel bad.
Denver Guy Cannot see for himself that his laws are harming his citizens because of his mad rush to bow to donald trump and to show everyone he knows better than science and the Democrats. This is not leadership, this is vindictiveness.