In the debate about the Netflix television series “13 Reasons Why,” reasonable arguments are being made on all sides.
It’s easy to understand why parents might not want their teenage children to consume programming that presents sensitive material they may be unable to process emotionally.
Joining educators from around the country, administrators from four local school districts recently sent letters home to parents encouraging them to be aware of a controversial new Netflix series dealing with teen suicide.
In the letters, which were sent by superintendents in the Greenport, Southold, Mattituck-Cutchogue and Shoreham-Wading River school districts, parents were encouraged to watch “13 Reasons Why” with their children and discuss the sensitive subjects the series addresses. READ