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Youngkin calls for investigation into Fairfax Co. school accused of delay in informing students of national recognition

Summary by Ground News
Virginia Gov. Glenn Youngkin is urging Attorney General Jason Miyares to investigate a Fairfax County school that some parents say delayed notifying students of national recognition. “We need to get to the bottom of what appears to be an egregious, deliberate attempt to disadvantage high-performing students at one of the best schools in the country,” Youngkin said in a news release. Youngkin suggested the failure to notify students of their awards could be a violation of the Virginia Human Rights Act, which bans discrimination on race and other factors.

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