Thursday, May 28, 2020

Tag: Secretary of Education

3 questions that ‘created havoc’ in Betsy DeVos’ Department of Education

It’s actually been endemic in the education policy world for years, particularly in how the federal government continues to hide its agenda to further privatize the nation’s public school system by creating and expanding charter schools.

How Betsy DeVos does the Koch brothers’ bidding

What’s largely been overlooked behind all the lurid headlines and endless insults are all the ways in which officials like DeVos are quietly at work continuing to use our tax money to advance a deeply troubling agenda.

Betsy DeVos as the Secretary of Education

The keys to authentic education have always been interest and ability and when these are absent so too is authentic learning.

Trump picks Ben Carson for dept of education

should Trump really take the steps to add ben Carson to his cabinet?

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