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Should kids need to prove they are mature enough to read certain books in school?

Asked by: Nolan_25
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  • Reading Is A Personal Choice.

    First of all, the types of books that are available in schools should never be books that are considered too racy or traumatizing for children. If they are, then they have no place in the education system. Of the appropriate books available in school, they should all be allowed to be read by anyone, because the choice of what book to read should be no one's choice but the reader themselves, and if a student thinks they are mature enough to handle a certain book, than that's their decision. If they discover later that they're not ready to handle the content of that particular book, they are more than welcome to stop reading it.


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