secretary of education
5 takeaways from Betsy Devos’ 9-month investigation into school safety
Recommendations on gun control are largely absent from the 177-page report.
DeVos' school safety experts can’t link violent video games to school shootings
“Mass shooters, if anything, consume less rather than more violent media than other males of their age,” one expert said on Thursday.
The school district Betsy DeVos suggested had guns to stop bears just voted to arm teachers
But the decision has nothing to do with grizzly bears.
WATCH: Betsy DeVos tries and fails to answer basic questions about education
DeVos said, "I don't know," when asked about school improvements in her home state of Michigan.
Betsy DeVos thinks Title IX officers have more power than they do
Patty Crawford was a Title IX officer at Indiana University East in 2011 when the new policies regarding sexual assault were communicated to schools nationwide. VICE News sat down with Crawford for an explanation on the law’s history.
18 states sue Betsy DeVos for easing for-profit school regulations
Less than a week after Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos announced her plans in late June, attorneys general from eighteen states and the District of Columbia sued her.
DeVos Confirmed as Education Secretary, Now Free to Destroy Public Schools
The vote to confirm billionaire Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education was split 50-50 this afternoon, leaving the decision up to Vice President Mike Pence, who broke the tie.