Michigan has a clear choice: a candidate who wants to end to the DeVos “pay to play” agenda in the state, and another who supports DeVos’s efforts to divert scarce public school funds for vouchers and charters.
DeVos’s Valentine’s Day BFFs running for governor share her love for dismantling public education.
Educators and parents warned that DeVos was unqualified to serve as education secretary. One year in, DeVos has proven them right.
Betsy Devos’s first year in office offered an embarrassing number of choices for top stories. She was, and remains, supremely unqualified.
Ask educators in Wisconsin, Illinois, Florida, Kansas or Arizona if a governor matters and you’ll get an earful. They approve legislation, guide budget priorities, appoint state education officials, and set policies, regulations and programs.
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“This happened in Flint, but given the state of infrastructure in this country, it could happen anywhere,”
Regardless of what drove these educators to run, they share the belief that it’s high time educators be among the elected officials who make policies and pass laws if educator and student concerns are to be heard.
Educators have impact when they share their stories with elected leaders who can make a difference in students’ lives.
Emboldened educators and parents waged historic opposition effort, pledge to hold DeVos accountable.