The removal of sexually explicit material from its libraries by a Pennsylvania school district is being labeled as “educational malpractice” by one author. The Central Bucks School District (CBSD) has been embroiled in controversy over policy changes that have drawn criticism from over 50 state educators. The CBSD school board’s decision to prohibit political and social advocacy displays in classrooms, including the Pride flag, has divided opinion. While some parents support the district’s education-centered focus, others believe the actions are politically motivated and exclude marginalized students. This division has now extended to library resources.