Man dares challenge what is in school books Cleric wants book â€˜auditâ€™ in Milford Brian McCready , Assistant Milford Bureau Chief MILFORD â€” The leader of a large city-based Christian church is asking the Board of Education to audit all library books in local schools for sexual and occult content, a review the districtâ€™s top official said isnâ€™t needed and wonâ€™t be done. Bishop Jay Ramirez of Kingdom Life Christian Church said his request for the audit is based on previous and recent incidents in which questionable reading material turned up in middle schools. "I definitely think the books need to be reviewed by people at the school," Ramirez said. "Audit is a better term." Superintendent of Schools Gregory Firn, however, said that while he understands Ramirezâ€™s concerns, the school system will not perform an audit. He said if anyone has an objection to a particular library book or textbook they can inform the school principal and the matter will be reviewed. "Thatâ€™s why we have a process in place," Firn said. State Department of Education spokesman Thomas Murphy said while objections to material in textbooks have arisen in Connecticut, he can not recall any case in which a prominent clergyman raised objections to library books. Rest of story This is going to cause a huge uproar. People actually want to know what their children are being taught??? What is the world coming too? How about the parents that don't want the schools to teach about oral sex?