Washington Post: “Students Want New Books. Thanks to Restrictions, Librarians Can’t Buy Them.”

From The Washington Post: In one Texas school district, school librarians have ordered 6,000 fewer books this year than the year before, because under a new rule parents must have 30 days to review the titles before the school board votes to approve them. In Pennsylvania, a school librarian who must now obtain her principal’s … Continue reading Washington Post: “Students Want New Books. Thanks to Restrictions, Librarians Can’t Buy Them.”