Comment: So why would the board have responsibility

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So why would the board have responsibility

in the first place, to inform parents of what their child is reading. the responsibility always is with the young person and the parent.

Anyone who has been to any of those kinds of meetings knows that they don't want dissension from the public at the meeting. They are a waste of time, and an opportunity for evil people to flaunt their supposed authority.

Your whole argument (and his) is predicated on the assumption that the school has the authority to dictate what people read, which they don't. He's just arguing about their choices and methods.

So if you are going to be a drone anyway, might as well follow the rules.