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California school board president rips state’s teachers union, calls for ‘more faith-based site reps’

Newly leaked audio revealed a California school board president criticizing the California Teachers Association (CTA) and calling for more Christians to be involved in the union.

According to the Sacramento Bee, the 12-minute audio recording was leaked by a group called “Voices of Placer County on Sunday.” 

Voices of Placer County titled the leaked audio clip that was posted on YouTube “RUSD President Julie Hupp caught admitting to political scheming at faith-based gathering.” A description for the video noted that the comments were made in March 2023. 

The RUSD, located in Rocklin, California, presides over 17 schools and 11,405 students.

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Joshua focuses on politics, education policy ranging from the local to the federal level, and the parental uprising in education.

Joining Fox News Digital in 2019, he previously graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Political Science and is an alum of the National Journalism Center and the Heritage Foundation’s Young Leaders Program. 

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