CABARRUS COUNTY, N.C. — A controversial debate over e-book coverage in Cabarrus County faculties took a flip when a board member learn a sexually specific scene aloud from one of many books out there for college kids.
The board members requested their teenage interns to go away the room earlier than studying a passage from John Greene’s “On the lookout for Alaska.”
“I don’t really feel snug leaving youngsters in right here underneath the age of 17,” mentioned board member Keshia Sandidge.
“This e-book was in our faculty system, and I’m transparently studying it to you,” mentioned Vice Chair Laura Blackwell. “And I’m transparently saying two of (the books) are lacking and I’m questioning the place they’re, and I’m guessing they’re in all probability underneath some child’s mattress.”
This e-book goes to be one which would be the instance and begin the method for this literature committee to take a look at,
The board chair mentioned that no books have been banned.
Nevertheless, some books had been pulled final spring whereas the board works to approve closing coverage revisions.
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