Friday, December 29, 2017

Betsy DeVos looks to curb federal 'overreach' in education

Via Billy

 The Education Department wants to free

The Department of Education has its sights set on regulatory reform in 2018. Led by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, who often speaks out against what she calls a "one-size-fits-all" approach to education, the department is focused on reviewing rules and requirements issued by previous administrations, seeking to curb what she says is federal overreach.

That review will involve further consideration of the Obama administration's Title IX guidelines on how campuses should handle sexual assault, which DeVos rescinded to the applause of many observers on both the Left and Right in September. A department source told the Washington Examiner they are working to have the draft rule out by March.


  1. Get rid of the teachers' union. That would solve 99% of the problems in education. Get the Feds out of education completely and let the states and locals take over like it was when I was a kid. Parents had more say-so then, too.