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What Johnny reads: Parents, are you looking?
Others said such stuff can be found on many a TV channel these days, not to mention the Internet.
But that would presume that parents take care to find out what their sons and daughters are being assigned to read.
The school board later apologized. It said the district should have let parents know about the use of the book, which it apparently has done in the past. It also posted a change in its policy. It will now include “notification that requires parents to accept controversial materials rather than to opt out. Furthermore, the notification will detail more specifically the controversial material.”
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