Plot Thickens in WI Library Book Plan

Plot Thickens in WI Library Book Plan

Wisconsin lawmakers are looking to make sure parents know what their kids are reading at the school library.

A Senate panel is set to hear the plan next week. The idea, supporters say, is to have school libraries tell parents within 24 hours what books their kids have checked-out. The plan would also allow parents to ask to see everything that their child has read at the school library. The proposal would only apply to kids 16 and under.

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