Pa.'s school district approves contentious library policy targeting 'sexualized content'
Student Lilly Freeman from Central Bucks East speaks at a rally as the Central Bucks, Pennsylvania, School District is poised to vote on a library policy which targets books with "sexualized content." - STEVEN M. FALK/The Philadelphia Inquirer/TNS

PHILADELPHIA — Facing heated community opposition, the Central Bucks School District on Tuesday approved a contentious library policy that takes aim at challenging books in schools with "sexualized content" — guidelines the district's superintendent says ensure students are reading "age-appropriate material," but that the Pennsylvania Library Association calls one of the most restrictive in schools across the state. In a 6-3 vote, following a rally and more than an hour of public comment — most of which was vehemently opposing the policy — and questions by some board members about its origins,...