Swain: “It’s ‘Educational Malpractice’ to Ban ‘To Kill a Mockingbird.'”

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  • Rosemary Martin
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    Lets hope parents speak up, and if kids know a book has been removed they will probably read it anyway. It is a good story.

  • Linda Short
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    May I suggest that you read Fahrenheit 451. Might as well just start burning them!

  • sliceoftruth
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    Today’s newsmaker in Biloxi said it was one person’s grievance that initiated this. According to the article kids were making fun of verbage in article. Instead of reprimanding kids do away with the lesson. Great example of todays climate. Abolish evwrything including laws. Maybe it’s time to do away witb psychology as it conjures.and brings forth bad feelings and its offensive

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