At least two of the state’s largest school districts will not comply with a request from the chairman of a Republican general committee of inquiry to release information about books kept in school and classroom libraries – and even more say they will miss its Friday deadline.
The Austin and Dallas Independent School Districts say they will not respond to a request from State Representative Matt Krause to go through a list of more than 800 books and tell him how many copies are in their possession and how much do they cost. Houston ISD, the state’s largest public school system, declined to say whether it would do the legislature’s tender.
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