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Peel school board faces backlash for removing books published before 2008 from its libraries

  • Ontario's minister of education has criticized the Peel District School Board for removing books published before 2008, including works on Canadian history and antisemitism, and literary classics.
  • The Peel District School Board conducted a review of its library collection to ensure inclusivity and cultural responsiveness but its decision to remove books published prior to 2008 was seen as arbitrary.
  • Students are upset about the removal of their favorite books, such as the Harry Potter series and books about their cultural heritage, and are requesting clear communication from the board regarding its weeding plan.
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