Likened to a home mortgage, a voter-approved school bond allows a school district to borrow funds. The Board of Trustees authorizes bond elections, and State law grants the Board the authority to sell bonds.
Any time we reduce human behavior to simple terms we gloss over the nuances and subtleties of actual behavior and interactions. This topic is meant to start conversations, to appreciate the important role parents play in public education, and to raise awareness about the impact of parenting on the broader community.
Book banning is a form of censorship in which printed material is removed from a library, a curriculum or anywhere else because someone or some group objects to the book’s content or ideas. There are innumerable reasons why people might object to a particular book or other available information – from violence, obscenities and sex to moral, political, or religious objections to poor literary quality.