A blind music teacher is suing three school districts in Ohio, saying he was blocked from teaching there because he is blind, the Cincinnati Enquirer reports.
Kyle Conley, who worked in the districts as a substitute teacher, has filed a federal lawsuit that claims, among other things, that one teacher ... "did not want Mr. Conley to substitute teach for her classroom because of his disability."
The lawsuit also claims that school officials considered Conley unable to keep his students safe in the event of an emergency, and that he would require a full-time assistant. In the suit, Conley says he does not need an assistant.
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