The parent wrote that the Bible's “incest, onanism, bestiality, prostitution, genital mutilation, fellatio, dildos, rape, and even infanticide" should make it illegal in schools under Utah's book-banning laws.
The ruling against a Georgia school district is a response to book bans across the country, which have targeted titles about race and LGBTQ topics.
Publishing giant Penguin Random House joined authors, parents, and activists to argue that the district’s removal of books about race, sex, and gender violates the First Amendment.
Students in Florida won't legally be able to learn about gender and sexual orientation until the 9th grade.
A federal judge ruled against a book ban in Llano, TX. Now, local officials are discussing shutting down the public library system entirely.
DeSantis signed a controversial law last year that makes banning books in schools easier.
Internal documents reveal a heated power struggle over who gets to write library book policies–the school district or the parents.
The new budget sets funds for libraries to $0. Library groups say the move is retaliation for suing the state over its recent book ban law.
The takeover will replace elected officials with a state-appointed "board of managers" as Gov. Greg Abbott tightens government control over schools.
#TeacherQuittok is a window into the larger crisis in American education.
After a new statewide policy removed books from school libraries, Governor Ron DeSantis called the video Brian Covey posted a “fake narrative.”
A librarian was terminated after promoting programs for LGBTQ teens. The state says the district violated civil rights laws.