After a year of escalating book bans and resulting backlash, public schools are increasingly relying on soft censorship to limit which books students can access. In addition to banning books outright, school districts are separating titles about so-called sensitive subjects from others in school libraries, placing warning labels on them or requiring parents to sign opt-in slips allowing children to read them — paperwork that can easily be missed among the piles of other forms families have to fill out at the start of the school year. Find out more at 19thnews.org.
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