Tennessee lawmakers are holding hearings this week to review the state's textbook selection process.
The Senate Education Committee and the Senate Government Operations Committee will hold the hearings jointly today and tomorrow.
Lawmakers say the hearings are intended to seek clarity regarding the structure and function of the Tennessee Textbook Commission.
The commission recently came under fire by a group of parents for having adopted textbooks containing alleged inappropriate language and a controversial interpretation of historical facts.
Local school systems choose which textbooks to adopt from the list for a six-year period.