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Betsy DeVos
11th U.S. Secretary of Education. Proud mother, grandmother and wife. Lifelong advocate for children and better schools.
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We are thrilled to have Johnny Collett leading the Office of Special Education and Rehabilitative Services, as we strive to improve outcomes for individuals with disabilities.
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Vice President Mike Pence Jan 15
Today we remember the legacy of MLK Jr. His memorial stands tall, but the real memorial to Dr. King resides in the hearts of all who strive for a more perfect union. To honor him, let's rededicate ourselves to the cause Dr. King selflessly advanced, that all men are created equal
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US Dept of Education Jan 1
To all of our students, parents and educators - wishing you a happy and productive new year! 🎊
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The White House Dec 25
Merry Christmas!
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US Dept of Education Dec 19
Today’s final round of lightning talks is about to begin. Join us live:
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US Dept of Education Dec 19
A common theme from today’s panelists: COURAGE. Courage to innovate and to reimagine how to achieve student success.
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Politics K-12 Dec 19
At innovation summit, Tom Rooney, superintendent of Lindsay Unified School District, is talking about how his district used to graduate students who did not know how to read.
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US Dept of Education Dec 19
"The traditional model doesn't honor the principle that people learn in different ways in different time frames” - Superintendent of Lindsay Unified School District, Tom Rooney
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CSPAN Dec 19
LIVE now on : announces Second School Summit to Highlight Innovation in K-12 Education
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US Dept of Education Dec 14
Matt Sigelman (Burning Glass) says we should view the exchange between college and careers as bidirectional -- not simply as college always preceding a career.
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Betsy DeVos Dec 14
My question to today's participants: what can the federal government do more of & what should we do less of to drive in higher education?
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US Dept of Education Dec 14
“We try to squeeze many students through the narrow pathways to and through college, and then we wonder why many students don’t make it out.” - ASU's Jeff Selingo
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US Dept of Education Dec 14
College of the Ozarks president, Jerry Davis: "Everything cannot be solved with a computer. Sometimes it takes a personal touch to prevent students from falling through the cracks."
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US Dept of Education Dec 14
There’s easy consensus in the room: It’s not just about teaching students valuable skills -- it’s ensuring they actually learn them.
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Betsy DeVos Dec 14
We're excited to host our first summit today on the need for in higher education. Watch LIVE:
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US Dept of Education Dec 14
LIVE NOW: The Rethink Higher Education Summit! Join the conversation at
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Politics K-12 Dec 9
When it comes to educating students with special needs, "the minimum" is not an option, writes U.S. Secretary of Education in .
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Betsy DeVos Dec 8
Great way to end with the students ! The teachers have done a tremendous job incorporating into their curriculum...and the kids have caught on so fast! It’s exciting to see what students actively engaged in their learning can accomplish!
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MoorefieldStationES Dec 8
The Secretary Of Education visits Moorefield Station.
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Betsy DeVos Dec 5
After a decade of decline, it's clearly time for a new approach. It's time to
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