Research Tools: See Every Book Texas Schools Banned and Challenged in New Interactive Database From the Houston Chronicle
From the Houston Chronicle:
The findings from a Houston Chronicle analysis indicate that recent book bans were the result of partisan politics, rather than a “parental rights” movement to have more control over learning materials.
Explore books that were challenged across Texas schools. Filter by book title, school district and whether or not the books were ultimately removed from circulation. Books that are removed from some grade levels but not all are listed as “partially removed.”
Direct to Database and Links to Full Report and Other Data
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