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  • Writer's pictureTexas Family Project

McKinney ISD Removes Sexually Explicit Books From Libraries

In recent months, parents across Texas have scored significant victories in their battle against sexually explicit and inappropriate materials in school libraries. The latest triumph comes from McKinney ISD, where officials have removed a staggering 73 sexually explicit and inappropriate books from their libraries. This move follows closely on the heels of Plano ISD, which took similar action by removing over 60 questionable titles.

The parental concern has been met with positive developments, with partial thanks given to the recently passed READER Act during the last legislative session. This landmark legislation empowers schools to reevaluate and eliminate materials that are deemed inappropriate for young readers. With the READER Act in place, many more Texas schools are expected to follow suit in the coming months and years, creating safer educational environments for students.

Parents who have been advocating for the removal of explicit content from school libraries see these actions as a major win for families. The growing movement underscores the importance of parental involvement in shaping their children's educational experiences. As long as Texas is without school choice, parental involvement is critical to keep education safe for our children.

The removal of sexually explicit and inappropriate books is not just limited to McKinney and Plano. It reflects a statewide effort by concerned parents to reclaim control over their children's education. As more schools reassess their library collections, it is clear that parents are making their voices heard and demanding a curriculum that aligns with their values.

The fight to purge explicit materials from schools is far from over, and parents must continue to exert pressure on school boards to ensure a safer learning environment for their children. The removal of these books sends a powerful message that schools are no place for children to be exposed to explicit content, especially when it comes to sensitive topics like sex and race.

Parents in Texas are united in their belief that schools should focus on providing a well-rounded education that emphasizes core subjects without delving into controversial and inappropriate materials. By staying vigilant and actively engaging with school boards, parents can continue to influence positive changes and contribute to the overall well-being of the education system.


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