Parents of disabled kids say vaccine mandate threatens education in new lawsuit

Parents of disabled children at a Staten Island special needs school are suing over the vaccine mandate for fear their teachers and staff will be replaced with unqualified substitutes, new court papers show.

The suit — filed by parents of four students who variously have autism and cerebral palsy — is seeking to block staff at special needs school P.S.25R from being removed if they don’t comply with a Friday deadline to get their first coronavirus shot, according to a Staten Island Supreme Court lawsuit from Wednesday.

The students at the school each have Individual Educational Plans including physical and speech therapy, counseling and in some cases

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