SDBOR, BHSU Looking Into Tips From Governor Noem’s Hotline

(Pierre, SD) — The South Dakota Board of Regents and Black Hills State University are looking into tips that have come in on Governor Noem’s new higher ed whistleblower hotline. It was set up for people to air concerns they might have about the state’s six public colleges operated by the Board of Regents. The Regents are working with board members to determine any necessary action over the latest grievances, according to SDBOR communications director Shuree Mortenson. BHSU is investigating the validity of recently complaints against the school, including being alleged of “promoting transgender ideology” and recommending students to take antidepressants.

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