The number of books banned by public schools in Texas dropped in the past year dropped to the lowest in a decade, with the subjects of cursing, teen and race issues, illustrations and sexuality being the sticking points for parents, teachers and administrators.
The annual banned books report from the American Civil Liberties Union of Texas reports the drop, based on a mass open records request to more than 1,000 school districts. Both bans and challenges have dropped since 2007.
Source: Texas Watchdog. Read full article. (link)