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2018
Volume 113, Issue 2
  • ISSN: 0013-8274
  • E-ISSN: 2161-8895

Abstract

This column offers concrete actions to keep diverse books in students’ hands and on classroom and library shelves, while acknowledging the reality of how censorship restricts and constrains teachers’ ability to teach.

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References

  1. “Book Ban Data.” Banned and Challenged Books, American Library Association, 9 Sept 2023, www.ala.org/advocacy/bbooks/book-ban-data. Accessed 9 Sept. 2023.
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  2. Natanson Hannah. “A Mom Wrongly Said the Book Showed Pedophilia. School Libraries Banned It.” The Washington Post, 3 Jan 2023, www.washingtonpost.com/education/2022/12/22/lawn-boy-book-ban-pedophilia/.
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  3. “NCTE Position Statement regarding Rating or ‘Red-Flagging’ Books.” National Council of Teachers of English, 1 July 2018, ncte.org/statement/rating-books/.
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  4. “The Students’ Right to Read.” National Council of Teachers of English, 25 Oct 2018, ncte.org/statement/righttoreadguideline/.
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