First Lady Jill Biden told NBC News Tuesday that “all books” should be in schools after libraries exposed students to explicit content.
The first lady said it is un-American to ban books in school libraries amid ongoing debate amongst parents on what content they want their children exposed to.
“All books should be in the library, all books,” she said. “This is America, we don’t ban books.” . . .
“I think with the pandemic, parents saw how hard teachers work and how difficult this job really is,” she said. “And I think if they work together in their school districts and decide what they want with their curriculum.”
Biden made the remarks following backlash school districts received after students were exposed to sexually explicit books, notably Fairfax and Loudoun County, Virginia. A mother complained to the school board of the Fairfax County Public Schools about two books featuring child pornography and pedophilia available for students as young as 12 years old in the library. (Read more from “Jill Biden Wants ‘All Books’ in Schools After Libraries Exposed Kids to Explicit Content” HERE)
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