Texas School Books NPR's John Burnett reports on the highly politicized process of selecting public school books in Texas. For the past 30 years, social conservatives have become a formidable force in the textbook selection process, prompting critics to charge that publishers are self censoring.
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NPR's John Burnett reports on the highly politicized process of selecting public school books in Texas. For the past 30 years, social conservatives have become a formidable force in the textbook selection process, prompting critics to charge that publishers are self censoring.