Conservatives Flip School Boards In Wave Of Education Wins

PROVO, UT - AUGUST 05: A teacher starts to reset up her classrooms at Freedom Preparatory Academy as they begin to prepare to restart school after it was closed in March due to COVID-19 on August 5, 2020 in Provo, Utah. The school is planning to have students return on August 18 for five days a week instruction, but with reduced hours during the day. (Photo by George Frey/Getty Images)

At a glance

  • The wins signal that parental rights were a significant factor at the ballot box on Tuesday.
  • In Michigan, four school board candidates in Brandywine who were endorsed by a parents rights group called 1776 Project PAC won their races, flipping the board from liberal to conservative, the group said.
  • In Maryland, three of their school board candidates won in Carroll County, flipping the school board there to a conservative majority, the group said.

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