State education officials have begun rolling back statewide equity initiatives aimed at fulfilling Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s pledge to stop schools from teaching “inherently divisive concepts.” But the rollback won’t have any impact on Fauquier County schools, according to Superintendent David Jeck.
“It doesn’t change anything that we’re doing here,” Jeck told the Fauquier Times, adding that the school division’s focus on equitable instruction will continue unabated. “I read the memo from the new state superintendent, and it’s tinged with this political element. And for us, it has zero to do with politics,” Jeck said.
Virginia Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillan
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