(4) "Work-related internet site", any internet website or webpages used by a teacher for educational purposes.
3. No teacher shall establish, maintain, or use a work-related internet site unless such site is available to school administrators and the child's legal custodian, physical custodian, or legal guardian.
4. No teacher shall establish, maintain, or use a nonwork-related internet site which allows exclusive access with a current or former student. Nothing in this subsection shall be construed as prohibiting a teacher from establishing a nonwork related internet site, provided the site is used in accordance with this section.
Citing crude language and adult themes, Minor said "Slaughterhouse Five" was more appropriate for college-age students.
"The language is just really, really intense," he said. "I don't think it has any place in high school ... I'm not saying it's a bad book."
What is upsetting to many is that this choice was based on language and explicit sexual content. If it were somehow “academically” challenging and removed I would understand your concern. However, those two books did not teach the children anything about English, sentence structure, grammar, etc.
local school boards may not remove books from school library shelves simply because they dislike the ideas contained in those books and seek by their removal to "prescribe what shall be orthodox in politics, nationalism, religion, or other matters of opinion."
'In this book,' Scroggins wrote, 'drunken teens also end up on the beach, where they use their condoms to have sex.'
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