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Cabarrus County Schools

The lists of books show locations in Cabarrus County Schools.  These books have sexually inappropriate or confusing gender concepts or content, some including self harm, suicide, violence, and/or racism. No data base is available to determine whether or not classrooms may contain these books. Therefore, we encourage citizens to ask teachers and administrators if these books are present or being used for instruction.

 

Some additional material such as ebooks, videos, etc. appear in the online card catalog. Some districts use Student Access to allow students to check out ebooks and audio books through the public library system. Some students use Sora, Libby, or NCKids Digital to access books. PEP does not know if any safeguards are in place to protect children from reading or seeing graphic material electronically that is inappropriate for their age or grade level through. Ask your school administrators if your child's school is providing access to these materials.  ​

 

We do our best to keep the lists up to date. If you see a change that needs to be made, please contact us.

The Content Based Rating System was inspired by  the widely accepted MPA rating system. This rating system is meant to be a quick guide for busy parents who want to know what objectionable material is found between a book's covers. While it is a great tool, it does not meet the standards needed for schools to use for evaluating materials for student use.

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