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Censoring Fantasy In the Classroom

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Posted by: Melissa
July 25, 2003, 07:42 PM

Dover Community News has an interesting article regarding the censorship of fantasy in classrooms.
In the two cases looking at censorship, the courts held that “parents simply do not have a constitutional right to control each and every aspect of their children’s education and oust the state’s authority over that subject.”

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