Texas School District Pulls Bible from Shelves for Review

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The Keller Independent School District is under fire after pulling dozens of books from shelves for review, including the Bible.

Several books were pulled from shelves for review, per a directive from Jennifer Price, executive director of Keller ISD’s curriculum and instruction.

According to the Texas Tribune, Price wrote an email to principals, listing all of the books that were challenged in the district last year.

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However, the Bible was also included on the list of books that must be removed for review as well:

“Right now, Keller ISD’s administration is asking our campus staff and librarians to review books that were challenged last year to determine if they meet the requirements of the new policy,” the district told USA Today. “Books that meet the new guidelines will be returned to the libraries as soon as it is confirmed they comply with the new policy.”

The list of challenged books can be found here.

The district’s move follows increased demands for transparency in classrooms, particularly regarding far-left agenda items such as gender identity and sexual orientation, as well as the inclusion of Critical Race Theory (CRT).


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