If the fate of the world rested on Education Secretary Betsy DeVos’ ability to answer a question about anything from elementary-level math to what she ate for breakfast, I’d pray only that we all got at least five phone calls to tell our loved ones goodbye. If DeVos were in a mental-math Olympics against a giraffe,…
Just how many times must a student tell you that your school has a race problem before you believe her?
A coalition of 18 Democratic attorneys general are suing Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos for the second time over her plan to end an Obama-era regulation that protects student loan borrowers from predatory career-training programs.
Betsy DeVos, head of the U.S. Department of Education, said Thursday that she plans to rewrite the Obama administration’s guidance for how colleges and universities handle sexual assaults on campus so that it better protects students who have been accused of committing assault.
At this point, I wonder if President Donald von Douche Face even knows what’s in the budgets he proposes, or if Papa Bannon just hands them to him and tells him to initial here and here.
James Runcie, chief operating officer of the Department of Education’s Office of Federal Student Aid, quit his job suddenly Tuesday night and sent an email to his staff outlining his reasons for not wanting to work in the Trump administration.
While Donald Trump was chilling at Mar-a-Lago eating chocolate cake out of that nasty-ass kitchen and listening to the Gap Band’s “You Dropped a Bomb on Me” on an endless loop, Betsy DeVos put an anti-affirmative-action, feminist-hating troll who once claimed to be a victim of reverse racism in charge of civil rights…
As surely as the sun rises in the day,
white people stay wilding. This time, a cartoonist is drawing fire after publishing a cartoon that compares Donald Trump’s secretary of education, Besty DeVos, and the first black child to attend an all-white school in the South, the iconic Ruby Bridges.
President-elect Donald Trump has been very clear about his plans for education reform under his administration. He plans to reprioritize federal dollars for an additional federal investment of $20 billion toward school choice. This, he says, will give states the option of funding students’ education at the public or…