Texas ISD pulls Bible from shelves amid sweeping book removals

Posted on AllSides August 17th, 2022
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Administrators at Dallas-Fort Worth's Keller ISD announced Tuesday that the district will pull all books challenged within its system—a sweeping action that includes the removal of all variations of the Bible and a graphic novel depicting the life of Anne Frank. The move is a seemingly abrupt course reversal for the district, which began a high-profile and months-long review of challenged works in its schools following a Texas Education Agency investigation into alleged sexual explicit materials found in its curriculum.

The Dallas Morning News' Taila Richman reports that an email sent Tuesday to school...

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