Glenn Youngkin scolded over tip line allowing parents to complain about teachers

The Virginia Association of School Superintendents wrote a letter to a state official asking Governor Glenn Youngkin to remove a tip line for parents to complain about teachers and principals.

The association, made up of the state’s 133 public school division superintendents, sent the letter to Jillian Balow, the state’s superintendent of schools, on Thursday. He said the state government’s conclusion that “discriminatory and divisive concepts have pervaded Virginia school divisions” is unfounded, according to the Washington Post.

This is a developing story and will be updated as more information becomes available.

A group of Virginia school superintendents are asking Governor Glenn Youngkin to cut a hotline for parents to complain about teachers. Above, Youngkin delivers the inaugural address after being sworn in as governor on January 15.
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