Two books targeted for removal from instruction at Rumson-Fair Haven High School have been retained.
What’s happening in the Garden State? Right after Banned Books Week, we saw two efforts to remove books from public schools.
NCAC responds to a newspaper editorial arguing that removing books from a school because they offend one parent is “common sense.”
A petition calls for the removal of two books for sexual content and language, and also all other material that is not age-appropriate.