Ga. mother claims elementary school segregated her kids, files complaint with Department of Education’s Office of Civil Rights

A girl wears a face mask as students sit in a classroom of the Petri primary school in Dortmund, western Germany, on June 15, 2020 amid the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic. - From June 15, 2020, all children of primary school age in the western federal state of North Rhine-Westphalia will once again be attending regular daily classes until the summer holidays. The distance rules and compulsory mouthguards are no longer applicable. (Photo by Ina FASSBENDER / AFP) (Photo by INA FASSBENDER/AFP via Getty Images)

A girl wears a face mask as students sit in a classroom amid the COVID-19 pandemic. (INA FASSBENDER/AFP via Getty Images)

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A Georgia parent filed a complaint against her child’s school alleging they segregate students based on race. This week, mother of two Kila Posey, spoke out about a complaint she filed back in July saying some classes at an elementary school in Atlanta were specifically assigned to students based on their skin color.

According to the complaint, not only did the principal put together classes based on the color of the children’s skin, but she also assigned specific teachers to them. The assistant principal was also caught on a recorded phone conversation saying she knew about the class segregation that the principal had created.

“First, it was just disbelief that I was having this conversation in 2020 with a person that looks just like me…a Black woman. It’s segregating classrooms,” said Posey. “You cannot segregate classrooms. You can’t do it.”

Posey said all she wants is a classroom and a teacher that would be the best fit for her child.

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