Like many school districts across the state, Spring Branch ISD has a system to submit complaints about any content to which children may have access. Now, concerned parents say the system meant to protect children is being abused by liberals who want to clog the system to “prevent real challenges from being heard.”

In January, concerned parents became aware of an unusual spike in book challenges that occured last year between October 16 and October 21. Of the 21 challenges issued during this time, at least 15 were issued on October 17. A concerned parent told Texas Scorecard these books do not include sexualized content, sodomy, or the glorification of violence.

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