PLANO (CBSDFW.COM) – A flap over textbooks featuring images of works of art someone deemed inappropriate for teenagers eyes has been reversed.

9th & 10th grade students in Plano ISD will soon have the humanities textbook, featuring images of such works as Michelangelo’s David, back in the classroom following a district decision to remove the books from the classroom.

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Concerns were raised by parents over images of art that showed genitalia.  The book, “Culture and Values: A Survey of the Humanities, Alternate Volume,” used for the district’s gifted and talented classes.

District spokeswoman Lesley Range-Stanton said by email Monday that “the initial decision to remove one of the three humanities textbooks from our high schools has been reversed.”

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She said the school district’s curriculum department had first decided to replace the book after a parent raised concerns. The textbook was scheduled to be replaced with what the district called ‘alternative resources.”

The original decision sparked a campaign against perceived district censorship.  Facebook groups set up to protest the move celebrated the news today, claiming victory.

Jim Hirsch of the Plano ISD spoke with 1080 KRLD:

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