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.
Should schools show R-rated movies to students?
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