Conservatives heard that Loudon County had banished Dr. Seuss and started a backlash about “cancel culture.” But that wasn’t reality. “In fact, the Virginia county hadn’t banned his books but merely released guidance — back in 2019 — suggesting a pivot toward more diverse reading. Read Across America has been issuing the same guidance since 2018. And over the past several years, educators across the country have increasingly concluded that other books might better promote literacy and inclusiveness at the same time.” – Los Angeles Times

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