Lieutenant Governor candidate, E.W. Jackson, supports a constitutional amendment supporting equal resources for home school students, according to The Washington Post.
Opponent, Sen. Ralph Northam, said Jackson’s proposal was “another example of E.W. Jackson trying to impose his dangerous agenda on the Commonwealth.”
The Virginia Senate has failed a bill named after New England Patriots quarterback, Tim Tebow, to allow home schooled students to play sports at their local high school for the past two years.
Jackson promises if he is elected lieutenant governor he will have the amendment passed.