Should schools show R-rated movies to students?

10/24/2012 | Chicago Tribune

A school board in Illinois has upheld a decision by the district's superintendent to continue allowing teachers to show R-rated films to high-school students. The board took up the matter following an appeal from a parent who has criticized the practice. The district's current policy requires parental permission before the films are shown. Those students without permission are given alternate assignments to complete.

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