Inside the emails to Gov. Youngkin's school tip line

Posted on AllSides November 3rd, 2022
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Gov. Glenn Youngkin’s controversial school tip line drew complaints from around the state about pandemic precautions, a symbolic “equity month” and, in one case, a 12th grade English teacher’s take on poetry.

Why it matters: Youngkin created a national uproar just days into his administration when he launched the tip line, urging parents to report schools teaching “inherently divisive concepts” — a term he has used to describe critical race theory in particular. But the contents of the emails have remained a mystery until now.  

What’s happening: Axios received 350 tip line...

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