Some NC parents upset over controversial book being read to third graders

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EFLAND, N.C. — Third grader students in one classroom were given a lesson in homosexuality and some parents are furious over the subject matter because they were not notified about the book beforehand.

WTVD has learned a school administrator was made aware of the reading selection and physically handed the book to the teacher.

Three complaints have been filed.

“They keep religion out of school, let’s be careful what else we want to enter into school,” said Efland resident Frederick McAdoo.

Read more: WTVD

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