Newly-elected school board members, endorsed by Moms for Liberty are shaking up a South Carolina school board and making immediate changes to the school district.

The Berkley County School Board voted to fire the district’s superintendent, Deon Jackson, shortly after removing David Barrow as the board chair and replacing him with local attorney Mac McQuillin. McQuillin had the backing of the parental rights group Moms for Liberty.

Moms for Liberty co-founders Tina Descovich and Tiffany Justice told Fox News Digital why they believe school boards have experienced such swift national change. 

"New school board members have been elected in communities across the country because voters are tired of the status quo of failure in our public schools," the co-founders said. "Change is long overdue. We kicked off this year stating that 2022 is the Year of the Parent and people are starting to see what that looks like. We are seeing parents advocate for their children in schools with a tenacity like we’ve never seen before, and you should expect to see more examples of bold leadership as newly elected school board members take their seats on boards across the country. Parents have decided they are no longer going to sit in the shadows while school boards decide the future of their children for them."

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