RICHMOND — All 133 of Virginia’s public school division superintendents have urged Gov. Glenn Youngkin (R) to scrap the ‘tip line’ set up to let parents complain about teachers and principals and have asked him to stop his crusade against the teaching of “divisive” content in schools.
The superintendents expressed their concerns in a letter Thursday to state superintendent of schools Jillian Balow, saying a recent administration report that rooted out policies aimed at racial equity was misguided and prepared without input from school districts around the state.
“Division superintendents disagree with your assumption that discriminatory and divisive concepts have become widespread in Virginia school d
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