Idaho school district votes to remove 22 books ‘forever’ from school libraries
The Nampa School Board voted Monday night to remove 22 books permanently from the district’s libraries.
The 22 challenged books were brought to the attention of the district and board for allegedly containing “pornography,” according to a board meeting document.
Committees composed of staff and parents were in the process of conducting a review of the books in question, but the vote effectively ends that. However, trustees expressed interest in crafting a formal process for reviewing challenged books in the future.