Cobb County School District Superintendent Chris Ragsdale was adamant during a Thursday board meeting that he would do his best to "protect students" from what he called "pornographic material."
"I, as superintendent, will not knowingly allow children in the Cobb County School District to access lewd, vulgar, sexually explicit, obscene, or pornographic material," Ragsdale, head of Cobb County School District in Georgia, said. "Let me be clear: anyone working in education who knowingly provides students with access to sexually explicit, obscene, or pornographic material should not be in a position of educating other parents’ children," he added, according to a document provided online by the county.
"I want to be very clear," Ragsdale said. "This situation is about right and wrong, good and evil. There is no middle ground in this situation. You are either in favor of providing inappropriate material to children, or you are against it. I assure you. I am against it, and I will not be moved."