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NCAC Letter Objects to Idaho Prior Consent Proposal for Assigned Reading

October 10, 2014
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NCAC Letter Objects to Idaho Prior Consent Proposal for Assigned Reading

In Teton County, Idaho, where Rudolfo Anaya’s Bless Me, Ultima was removed from and then restored to high school classrooms last year after some parents complained about language and “satanic rituals,” the school board is now considering a proposal that would require prior parental consent for each book assigned to students. Along with five other…

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Bless Me, Ultima Returned to Idaho Classrooms with Emotional Apology

December 10, 2013
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Bless Me, Ultima Returned to Idaho Classrooms with Emotional Apology

Last night, the school board for the Teton School District in Driggs, Idaho, met to discuss Rudolfo Anaya’s Bless Me, Ultima, which had been removed from classrooms by School District Superintendent Monte Woolstenhulme. During the meeting, Woolstenhulme called for an immediate reinstatement of the novel, citing his acting outside of school policy in removing it.…

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CBLDF Signs Letter Defending Bless Me, Ultima

December 9, 2013
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CBLDF Signs Letter Defending Bless Me, Ultima

CBLDF has joined a coalition led by CBLDF-sponsored Kids’ Right to Read Project to send a letter to the school board of the Teton School District in Driggs, Idaho, to defend Rudolfo Anaya’s acclaimed coming of age tale, Bless Me, Ultima. CBLDF joins coalition efforts like this one to protect the freedom to read comics.…

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