Betsy DeVos, the U.S. education Secretary, said on Monday that, although the President of Trump management to be put forward plans of a historic expansion of the school of the choice, the final decision left to the States, not Washington.
Politico reported that DeVos made the comments during a speech at the Indianapolis summit, organized by the American Federation for children.
“If you said education, not a solution, not even the ones we like should be determined, or run from Washington, DC”.
DeVos of the Senate health, education, and pensions Committee in January, said that she “added a strong advocate for the great public schools,” but that “if a school is concerned, or insecure, or not a good fit for a child … we assist you to register the parental rights of your child in a high-quality alternative.”
Trump, the nomination of the DeVos is to lead the Department of education has been harshly criticized by the teachers unions, which have claimed that DeVos wants to undermine public education, the guide to more than 90 percent of the country’s students.
Vince M. Bertram, author of “One Nation Under Taught: Solving America’s Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math crisis, wrote that DeVos’ most important task will be to cast a vision for what can be educational, for our next generation on the demands of a global economy.
Politico reported that DeVos go into detail, what steps the trump management for the implementation of its school-choice goals. She said the member States, the opt-out would be a “terrible mistake” and “hurt the children and families who can least afford it.”