It's back. The debate, reflection and discussion surrounding the controversial issues of censorship, student choice and the place of popular literature in the classroom that highlighted last fall's Reading Stephen King Conference at the University of Maine are now available for reference and examination in a new book. The collection of essays from literary scholars, librarians, university faculty, and high school teachers and students, including a chapter by the best-selling author, is intended to help educators navigate the precarious line between community standards and who chooses what students read and teachers teach.
Hyatt, Kay, "Book Puts Spotlight on Censorship, Choice and Teaching of Controversial Popular Literature in the Classroom" (1997). General University of Maine Publications. 1832.
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