Today, Young America’s Foundation is expanding access to information obtained through its Campus Bias Tip Line and making it easier than ever for concerned citizens to take action and make their voices heard on issues that directly impact the rising generation.

With ever-growing numbers of YAF members joining current activists in all 50 states, gone are the days when leftist educators and administrators could inflict their biased curriculum without accountability.

Once YAF receives a tip, a team of activism, communications, and legal experts work with the tipster to develop a plan of action to highlight the problem and remedy the situation.

And YAF gets results.

Whether it takes national and international media coverage of the Left’s work to corrupt the practice of education, calls for federal investigations from U.S. Senators, or pressure from members of the community, YAF has successfully leveraged its resources to secure significant reforms within America’s education system.

YAF’s Campus Bias Tip Line has quickly become a go-to source for reporters, elected officials, parents, and students who want to know what’s really going on behind the shiny veneer leftists in academia often cloak themselves in.

Students, parents, and others can now use YAF’s interactive map to locate high schools and colleges that YAF has exposed for liberal bias and discrimination against conservative students. Whether students are looking for prospective colleges, or want to know what the environment is like for conservatives at their school, YAF’s new action center will serve as an important resource for those looking to fight back against indoctrination on campuses.

In addition to submitting tips of their own and viewing YAF’s success stories, students and concerned citizens can utilize the action center to directly contact schools that refuse to take action following YAF’s exposé–ensuring that schools will not be let off the hook for abusing their powers as educators.

Visit to view the action center or submit a tip.

For additional information or to request an interview contact YAF Spokesman Spencer Brown via or 800-872-1776.