Time for Another Edition of ‘Great Moments in Public Education’

Keep in mind as you read this that we are talking about California, so maybe it’s not very out of the ordinary:

Parents of Emerson Elementary in Compton, California, are up in arms over the school’s decision to invite former porn star Sasha Grey to read to a group of first and third-grade students, at an National Education Association-sponsored event called Read Across America.

TMZ obtained photos of the event, but when they contacted school administrators, they were less than forthcoming about the decision to invite the winner of the 2010 AVN award for best anal sex scene. The award is sponsored and presented by the adult video industry trade magazine Adult Video News.
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The actress, who once won a Best Oral Sex award for her film “Throat: A Cautionary Tale,” has since acted in a film directed by Steven Soderbergh and appeared regularly in HBO’s Entourage.

Soderbergh? Well in that case the parents owe the school an apology for their misdirected outrage.

The school denied Grey was invited to read to kids, but Grey didn’t:

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With the literacy programs of caring school systems aided by selfless porn stars, we can return to a time when kids read Playboy for the articles!

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