New Hampshire governor Maggie Hassan vetoed a bill that would have forced teachers to notify parents about any course material “used for instruction of human sexuality or human sexual education.”
A New Hampshire bill to require parental notification about “human sexuality or human sexual education” topics in schools deserves to be vetoed.
Suzanne Collins’s young adult novel The Hunger Games is challenged in New Hampshire by a parent whose 11-year old said the book gave her nightmares. The parent has yet to file a formal complaint or read the book. Regardless, the Superintendent is gathering a committee to review the book while it remains in the classroom. […]