Georgia lawmaker creates whistleblower email for school concerns

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Georgia students and teachers who fear retribution for speaking up about concerns they have with school re-openings now have a way to share the concerns with state officials.

Georgia representative Beth Moore, a democrat from Peachtree Corners has created an email address that students and teachers can send their concerns to with the promise that she will keep their information anonymous.

Moore has created the email address, so that students and teachers can send photos, videos and testimonials while Moore provides them the anonymous cover they need.

So far teachers have sent testimonials about remarks made by principals, concerns that there is not enough hand sanitizer, and that surfaces at schools are not being properly sanitized.

Moore has already posted several testimonials to her Twitter account and has openly responded to criticism she has received as well.

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