Special Containment Procedures All iterations of SCP-XXXX are to be kept at Site 19 a steel vault 450m X 100m X 10m, lined with no less than fifty centimeters of lead. When not occupied by personnel for the purposes of delivery or research, the vault is to be evacuated of atmosphere. Two Level 3 personnel are to be posted as guards at all times. Delivery of iterations of SCP-XXXX is only to be undertaken by illiterate Class-D personnel with verbal instructions given by a Level 5 supervisor observing remotely from off-site by way of a low-resolution camera.
Under no circumstances shall anyone other than Class-D personnel permitted direct contact with an iteration of SCP-XXXX. All personnel involved with SCP-XXXX are to be given a literacy test upon direct contact, and once every five days thereafter. No other written material is to be removed from the vault under any circumstances, to include notes taken for research purposes. Any written material taken into the Vault must be left inside.
Description: SCP-XXXX's initial iteration is a spiral-bound, paperback college-level grammar handbook measuring 15cmX25cmX5cm, of a generic sort frequently sold to students. It was originally a part of the collection of popular author ██████████ █████. It was sold as part of a yard sale in April 20██ to ███ student, Eric █████. His previously perfect academic record was marred by two separate charges of plagiarism before the conclusion of the term. SCP-XXXX was donated to ███'s Library, resulting in a statistically significant increase in accusations of plagiarism, concurrent with a drop in average grades college-wide.
SCP-XXXX came to the attention of the Foundation when two other colleges, ███ and ██ became similarly afflicted, along with several middle and high schools in their communities. Initial investigation was hampered by a loss of basic literacy skills