What readers say about schools legislation

Fatima Fokina

Why should John Rich dictate library catalogs?

It is truly a bad day for education when we have a very conservative country singer testifying about what materials are appropriate to be in school libraries. 

These materials have been in libraries for years and somehow those students grew up and live all around us today as successful adults. 

Somehow, somewhere, we seem to have gotten off the track of education that makes you a well-rounded adult able to understand other views and concepts besides your own.

Patricia Armstrong, Nashville 37221

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Smith had privilege of a quality education

Re: “Republicans think they protect kids by banning divisive topics. Nope,” by Cameron Smith, Feb. 27.

https://www.tennessean.com/story/opinion/2022/03/11/education-tennessee-what-readers-say-schools-legislation/9432441002/

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