In recent weeks, concerns have been raised about the content of instructional materials and library books. At times, it’s been challenging to keep up with the many letters and statements that have been issued. Certainly, all would acknowledge that parents have the right to express their concerns about any instructional or library materials that are available to their children, and districts have policies and procedures in place for parents to express their concerns. As a resource, here’s a summary of the letters to date, starting with the most recent Governor’s letter:
Several groups responded to Chairman Krause’s letter:
Also, note that Texas Standards and Guidelines for School Library Programs were most recently revised and approved in 2018.