Teachers are being told to withhold ALL of their classroom library books until they can be individually reviewed for certification in the wake of a new law, House Bill 1467, which can result in a third-degree felony if violated. Dr. Rashad Richey and Sharon Reed discuss on Indisputable. Tell us what you think in the comments below.
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“Duval County Public Schools is in the process of reviewing all material in classroom libraries to stay compliant with a new state law signed by the governor last year under House Bill 1467. Some teachers said they’ve been told to temporarily pack up their books until they can be certified.
“We are being asked to restrict classroom libraries…sadly you will need to remove student access,” said an email from a DCPS principal to teachers. “School principals are responsible for compliance with school district procedures meaning I will be the one with a felony if we are found in violation…I wish I was making this all up, but I am not.””
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