3 edition of Textbook and library censorship in Illinois public high school found in the catalog.
Textbook and library censorship in Illinois public high school
|Statement||by Ralph E. Borowiak.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 microfilm reel|
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Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Textbook and library censorship in Illinois public high school by Ralph E.
Borowiak,University Microfilms International edition, Microform in English. Book Censorship. By David L. Hudson Jr., First Amendment Scholar, and Mahad Ghani, First Amendment Center Fellow Last updated: Septem The history of books being banned in America is thought to stem back to when Harriet Beecher Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin was published.
Stowe’s novel was banned in the south preceding the Civil War for holding pro-abolitionist. Censorship Post-Pico by John David Terry II; in School Law Update by Thomas N. Jones and Darel P. Semler, eds., National Organization on Legal Problems, Topeka, Kan. RELATED SITES Banned Book Week Resources from the Waterboro Public Library in East Waterboro, Maine.
In Tempe, Arizona, a parent's lawsuit that attempted to get the local high school to remove the book from a required reading list went as far as a federal appeals court in (The court's decision in the case, which affirmed Tempe High's right to teach the book, has some interesting comments about education and racial tensions.).
Removed from the Southwood High School Library in Caddo Parish, Louisiana () for "objectionable language and content. Eventually, the book was returned after students protested.
Challenged: Westwood High School, Round Rock, Texas, because the book "is pornographic, contains profanity, and encourages premarital sex and : Wendy Simpson.