Miami-Dade Schools Ban Cuba Book

A parent complained that an insipid children’s book, part of a series of picture books on nations and cultures of the world, was too pro-Cuban. The two local committees that reviewed the book said it should not be banned. The head of the school system said it should not be banned. But the Miami-Dade school board — led by a man who’s about to run for State Senate — decided to ban it anyway.

Lawsuits to ensue.

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2 Responses to Miami-Dade Schools Ban Cuba Book

  1. John says:

    Time for the bananas again. Seriously, when will Miami change or be changed? It is just a merry-go-round of dysfunction and it is older than old. It isn’t even perversely entertaining anymore.

  2. michael says:

    No! The fact that the parents’ committees and the head of the school system were overwhelmingly *against* the ban is a *HUGE* step forward. The Board is just behind the times.

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