The controversy that arose after a child stumbled on the definition of oral sex in a Merriam-Webster dictionary at Oak Meadows Elementary School in Menifee, Calif., may be over.
After a parent complained about their child coming upon the definition, the district initially pulled the dictionary from classrooms, but a committee of parents, teachers, and administrators decided Tuesday to allow the dictionary in fourth- and fifth-grade classrooms. Parents can still have their children use an alternative dictionary without the definition.
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