Republican Governor Greg Abbott calls on educational agencies in Texas to develop statewide standards to prevent children from being exposed to “pornography or other inappropriate content” in public schools, the latest salvo in an ongoing political battle for the books.
“As you know, a growing number of parents of Texas students are rightly outraged by books and other highly inappropriate content in public school libraries,” Abbott wrote in his letter to education officials Monday. “The most disturbing cases include clearly pornographic material, which has absolutely no place in the Texas public education system.”Source link
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