We’re proud to partner with the Human Rights Campaign’s Welcoming Schools initiative in a nationwide day readings of I Am Jazz, one of the most challenged books in the country.
Archives for April 2016
One parent doesn’t want any students — or adults — to read John Green’s renowned young adult novel.
The prevailing narrative in Rainier, OR, is that nine-year-old kids were forced to look at “explicit” books in their school library. But things aren’t always what they seem.
The City of West Hollywood planned exhibitions in celebration of Women’s History Month – and then yanked art by a female artist representing women.
A Michigan school board voted last night to keep The Bluest Eye in its AP curriculum.