The board met on Monday night to review their literature policy in light of the controversy but voted unanimously to keep it unchanged.
NCAC is praising the grassroots efforts of Chicagoans who have set an example for the rest of the country.
The trial will decide whether the cancellation of the Mexican-American studies curriculum in 2010 in Tucson Arizona was done with discriminatory intent.
In the face of discord and subjective morality-based arguments, the board stood up for the rights of all of its students to learn in a safe and respectful environment.
The groups emphasize that the mere presence of explicit language and violence in a book provides no justification for its removal.