“If certain books are avoided because they are controversial, how does that undercut what should be one of the central purposes of education — to help students learn to critically evaluate and make informed decisions about controversial issues so they can become full participants in this country’s civic and political life?” (Miner, 1998)
“‘The health of a democracy is not so much about how people agree but how they choose to disagree,’ argues Don Ernst, director of government relations at the Association for the Supervision of Curriculum and Development (ASCD) and the group’s point person on censorship. ‘Students need to have the skills, the abilities to critique and analyze a wide array of viewpoints.'” (Miner, 1998)
Miner, Barbara. (1998) Reading, Writing, and Censorship – When Reading Good Books Can Get Schools In Trouble: First of Two Articles. Rethinking Schools, 12(3) https://rethinkingschools.org/articles/reading-writing-and-censorship-when-good-books-can-get-schools-in-trouble
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