Michigan superintendent apologizes for book removals

The superintendent of a Kent County school district has apologized for removing books from the district’s library this past summer.

On Wednesday night, Forest Hills Superintendent Dan Behm sent a letter to district staff, taking full responsibility for his actions.

“I am sorry that I did not do better sooner in this issue,” the superintendent writes in part. “I remain fully committed to my own learning and supporting you and your selfless efforts to help all kids learn, grow, and thrive.”

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