For TKC the current school book ban debate is curious if only because most people are simply staring into phones all day.
Of course, here's an argument for equity . . .
"The Northland Parent Association is working to remove books from school libraries that have been reported to contain inappropriate content for students, under the justification, it contains sexual or violent content. However, all of the books they have targeted have a clear bias toward people of color, women or LGBTQIA+ people."
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The book debate persists across the metro . . . And given the decline of American public education and reading, let's not pretend that many students are concerned with this debate that mostly serves as yet another facet of the current culture war . . .Students against banning books in NKC disctrict
OVERLAND PARK, Kan. - The Shawnee Mission School District is changing the way parents complain about controversial books in the school library. This comes after parents discovered "All Boys Aren't Blue" by George M. Johnson was on the shelves of high schools in the district.
Developing . . .