Gender studies targeted in Noem's latest push to rid South Dakota of 'woke' college campuses
More complaints made to anonymous hotline forwarded to Board of Regents
Gov. Kristi Noem is again blowing the whistle on what she says are inappropriate activities and unbalanced teaching occurring throughout South Dakota’s public universities.
The South Dakota governor, for the third time in as many months, is calling for the state's Board of Regents to investigate complaints about overly progressive policies and courses received through an anonymous tip line set up this summer as part of Noem’s effort to address what she has characterized as a "state of crisis" in higher education.
“Today, I am writing to share additional allegations my office received and to follow up on allegations from my previous letter," Noem wrote in the three-page letter obtained by The Dakota Scout. "As with the previous letter, many of these concerns match the specific requests I made to the Board of Regents when I opened this hotline. I am elevating these concerns to the Board of Regents for investigation and an adequate response."