Now, I wouldn't exactly stock the shelves with romance novels or anything, but if it's a legitimate piece of good literature that could be used in education, schools should provide it regardless of the content. Most schools aren't going to run into the dilemma of banning books unless they are a middle school or high school. Books that are inappropriate for young kids aren't kept at grade schools anyway, as they are too advanced for most of the students comprehension wise. And by middle school, kids should be able to make their own choices about what they read. You can't further education without a bit of challenging or controversial reading in my opinion. Not only that, but if you make something "banned," kids will immediately want to get their hands on it more than they would otherwise. Bottom line, it should be available for those who wish to read it.