Central Bucks School Board Passes Controversial Policy Change That Could Lead To Book Bans
DOYLESTOWN, Pa. (CBS) — Protestors were loud and their message was clear. They wanted a controversial book screening policy voted down in Bucks County.But on Tuesday evening, the Central Bucks school board passed it, 6-3. Supporters say it’s to protect students while others call it a book ban.Parents and teachers were crammed inside the school board meeting, voicing their opinions all night. Many who left the meeting felt upset and defeated.It w…
Pennsylvania school district adopts policy to remove ‘sexualized content’ in libraries
Story at a glance Board members of the Central Bucks School District this week approved a policy to weed out “inappropriate” content in school libraries. The policy has been criticized by community…
Central Bucks School Board votes in favor of controversial book plan
"The focus of the policy tonight is rooted in age appropriateness to ensure that it is aligned with our content and our curriculum," said Superintendent Dr. Abram Lucabaugh.
Central Bucks OKs Controversial Policy That Could Lead to Removal of Books
One of the largest school districts in Pennsylvania, Central Bucks, has passed a controversial policy change that could lead to the removal of books from the schools’ shelves.
Central Bucks has approved a library policy targeting ‘sexualized content’ in books. Here’s what we know.
The policy, which was approved 6-3 by the school board, has been deemed by library experts as one of the most restrictive in Pennsylvania.