From the Pensacola News Journal:
The Escambia County School District ruled after an investigation that Roberts wasn’t in the wrong when he decided against having the entire high school student body be assigned the book. But district officials did agree its procedures weren’t followed regarding challenged material.
According to district policy, when anyone seeks to challenge educational material, that person can fill out a “Request for the Reconsideration of Educational Media” form. In Santa Rosa County — which has a similar, more extensive, policy to Escambia’s regarding challenged material — the form is called, “Citizen’s Request Form for Re-Evaluation of Instructional Materials.”