To help kids, parents must do more than censor books
Statesman Journal (Salem)
In this editorial, the author supports parents' rights to censor what their children read but thinks they infringe on the rights of others when they attempt to restrict what others read. The author applauds the Salem-Keizer School District for its policy regarding reviewing challenged books and allowing alternate assigned readings for children.
editorial, parental rights, People for the American Way, school curriculum, public assistance programs
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