Students at two high schools in the Atlanta, Georgia have been forced out of in-person learning for the last eight months due to pandemic. While they’ve been at home learning, the schools gave special permission to a filming crew to use the campus for filming.
Marvel’s untitled third Spider-Man movie has been granted special permission to shoot at two high schools in Atlanta, sparking backlash from parents whose children have been barred from in-person learning at the schools for more than eight months.
“Too bad kids don’t generate the millions a movie does, or they’d be back in front of their teacher in a classroom rather than a computer screen,” one parent wrote on Twitter, as reported by the Washington Post.
“In-person school is not only safe, it’s necessary for learning,” the parent added.