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Virginia Governor Glenn Youngkin has established a special tip line for parents to report schools that are teaching their children “divisive” critical racial theory.

The Republican touted a special new “Aid to Education” email address Monday night that he said will help enforce his first executive directive in office banning the controversial teaching method.

The tip line is “for parents to send us any instances where they feel their fundamental rights are being violated, where their children are not being respected [and] where there are inherently divisive practices in their schools,” Youngkin told the announcer. Radio John Fredericks.

“We’re asking for input from parents to make sure we can go straight to the source,” he said.

He pointed to reports that a Fairfax County high school’s lesson plan included playing “Privilege Bingo,” where children who are white, Christian, male, or from military families are considered “privileged.”

“All you can do is shake your head and say, ‘This is exactly why I signed that executive order,'” Youngkin said.

So “we’re asking people to send us reports and feedback to help us stay on top of things like Privilege Bingo,” he said.

“We’re going to make sure we catalog everything … and that gives us a greater ability to eradicate it,” he said during Monday’s interview.

He insisted that Virginia schools “will continue to teach the whole story, the good and the bad.”

But he said critical race theory was dividing groups into victims and blamed “for the sins of the past.”

“These are teaching practices that exist in our schools and we are going to take them out,” she promised.

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