Betsy DeVos at the American Legislative Exchange Council gathering says she will reduce the U.S. Department of Education’s footprint, but what has she done?
At readers’ request, we provide some links to U.S. Department of Education regulations that our readers can read and comment on before August 21, 2017.
Shane Vander Hart: The Trump Administration can give lip service to local control, or they actually can respect it and allow Alabama to proceed with a new test.
Shane Vander Hart: You can’t have real local control in education without a severe reduction in the budget and size of the U.S. Department of Education.
President Donald Trump released his full budget which eliminates 20 programs within the U.S. Department of Education related to PreK-12 education.
President Trump orders a review of federal rules, regulations, and guidance related to K-12 education to ensure it respects local and state control.
According to federal records, the U.S. Department of Education issued a contract with Graduate School USA for Reduction in Force (RIF) Training.
The White House wants feedback on how to make government more efficient, which is an opportunity to make suggestions about the U.S. Department of Education.
Congresswoman Virginia Foxx (R-NC) tells McClatchy in an interview that when it comes to education “sometimes doing nothing from the federal level is good.”
If a civil war is going on within the Trump Administration, it is evident that educrats aligned to Jeb Bush are winning at the U.S. Department of Education.