Oh yeah, that would be fine. Really anything reasonable, as long as it's written down and followed.Andalyn wrote:Local School Board or State Board of Education? Most people seem to prefer the local control aspect. Where do you think pulling a book out of a library should fall in the decision making? I could agree that a school principal wouldn't or shouldn't have authority to pull a book "across the board", so to speak - but I think he should have the authority to "suspend" a book that is brought to his attention, so that the matter can be taken up by the local board or the State at a later date.gnome wrote:
Oh absolutely. I'm just speaking in favor of a formal, documented review process instead of just arbitrary principal decisions.
How can we expose more people to critical thinking?
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GODDAM IT! PUT A FUCKING NSFL ON THIS TOPIC!!!Andalyn wrote: It has various pictures of bodies frozen in rigor at the time of their assault, including a young teenage boy who was anally raped while being strangled.
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In related news:
BURLINGTON, Ontario —
A Roman Catholic school board in Ontario ordered the popular fantasy book "The Golden Compass" taken off library shelves at dozens of schools Thursday after receiving a complaint about the author referring to himself as an atheist.
Similar concerns prompted a Catholic organization in the U.S. to urge parents to boycott a movie version of the book starring Nicole Kidman.
The board for Catholic schools in Ontario's Halton region said a complaint was lodged after British author Philip Pullman stated in an interview that he is an atheist.