Though David Randall of the National Association of Scholars (NAS) is encouraged by the prospect of parents achieving real education reform, he warns that elections alone are not sufficient.
"Now we need to build upon them to make sure that the American people's desire for reform is actually carried out into policy against what will surely be the determined resistance of the radical education establishment," he tells American Family News.
Because politicians often disappoint their voters, Randall reasons that voters need to apply pressure to ensure that those whom they elected follow through on their promises.
"In Virginia, Governor Youngkin (R) needs to hear firmly from citizens that he follow through with real and thorough reform of the Virginia public schools and not merely declare victory and go home," the NAS research director says.
According to Townhall.com, Glenn Youngkin has promised to outlaw critical race theory on "day one."