Ahead Of Youngkin’s Inauguration, Virginia Parents Are Skeptical He Will Follow Through On His Campaign Promises

Education became the main issue in Virginia governor-elect Glenn Youngkin’s campaign, but now parents want to make sure he lives up to his campaign promises ahead of his Jan. 15 inauguration. He won with the help of parents who were fed up with the current administration and its policies, making it clear they wanted to see change in Virginia’s education system. Youngkin has been criticized for his Dec. 20 nomination of Aimee Rogstad Guidera to the role of Education Secretary, who Scott Mineo, a Virginia parent and founder of Parents Against Critical Race Theory (PACT) referred to as “a woke social justice warrior.” “If you don’t ban the tenets of CRT, then your statement to ban CRT is irrelevant,” Mineo told the Daily Caller News Foundation.  He said he would like to see Youngkin provide more substance for how exactly he is going to get rid of CRT and its tenets, like Social Emotional Learning (SEL) or Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI).

Education became the main issue in Virginia governor-elect Glenn Youngkin’s campaign, but now parents want to make sure he lives up to his campaign promises ahead of his Jan. 15 inauguration.

Youngkin won with the help of parents who

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