Betsy DeVos' views on civil rights issues for students and protections for disadvantaged learners and other student groups are less well-known than her support for school choice.


States get greater flexibility on school ratings, schools with high testing opt-out rates, and in other areas than under a draft version of the ESSA regulations.


President-elect Donald Trump has tapped Betsy DeVos, a longtime school choice advocate and Republican mega-donor, to be his education secretary, he announced Wednesday.


DeVos, chosen by President-elect Donald Trump to head the Education Department, has been a major national advocate of school choice, including tuition vouchers.


Rhee met with Trump last Saturday, ramping up speculation that she would be Trump's nominee to lead the U.S. Department of Education.


With the dust still settling from the Nov. 8 election, who will prosper under Donald Trump's presidency, and who'll be wearing sackcloth and ashes in the political wilderness?


"The use of corporal punishment can hinder the creation of a positive school climate by focusing on punitive measures to address student misbehavior rather than positive behavioral interventions and supports," King wrote in a letter to state officials.


The folks on President-elect Donald Trump's education transition team will help set the policy course—and likely, even appoint key personnel—for the new administration.


President-elect Donald Trump met with two education leaders Saturday: former Washington, D.C. schools chancellor Michelle Rhee and Betsy DeVos, a school choice advocate.


The last time a president's child attended public school was in the late 1970s during Jimmy Carter's presidency. The question now is where will President-elect Donald Trump's son go?


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