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  • What is the difference between a library book and an instructional resource?

  • How are library books chosen?

  • What is a classroom library?

  • Who may challenge a book or instructional resource?

  • Does a challenge have to go through a formal reconsideration committee?

  • Can a formal challenge be appealed if the challenger doesn’t like the decision of the committee?

  • How does formal reconsideration of a book or instructional material work?

  • When a parent/staff member challenges a book, how does the committee get a copy of the book?

  • When a book is challenged, does the committee read the book?

  • Why does the Challenge Committee need to read the entire book if we can identify inappropriate material on a particular page?

  • How is “pervasively vulgar" defined?

  • Why can’t the District just remove library books that have been pointed out as objectionable?

  • What does the formal reconsideration committee consider when coming to a decision?