Those who argue there's no problem with book-banning anymore miss the point-- about what book challenges means on their own and as a symptom of the larger battles over free expression.
Responding to a complaint about a book assignment, a Tennessee charter school CEO explained that they had given students a heavily redacted version.
In the spirit of Banned Books Week, we bring you five stories from the field. A few of them will make shake your head, while the others will have you pumping your fist.

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