The Delaware State Board of Education has sued Delaware schools, saying they are violating a law prohibiting discrimination based on race.

Schools in the state have been sued in court for not following the law banning discrimination based from a student’s race or religion.

The board filed the lawsuit in Delaware Superior Court on Wednesday.

It says it’s seeking a court order barring schools from discriminating based on a student race or religious beliefs.

The state’s anti-discrimination law was enacted in 1984 and says that school districts are not allowed to discriminate based on sex or disability.

Delaware School Superintendent Dan Deasy said that the law doesn’t apply to students in Delaware schools because they are part of a larger system.