Betsy DeVos is the former Chairman of The Windquest Group, a privately held investment and management firm based in Michigan with a diversified consumer product and service portfolio. Active in politics for more than 35 years, Betsy was elected chairman of the Michigan Republican Party four times, and she has served in numerous leadership roles with campaigns, party organizations, and.
Betsy DeVos' Education Department is considering allowing states to spend federal funds on guns and gun training for school personnel, according to sources familiar with the matter.
All the latest breaking news on Betsy DeVos. Browse The Independent’s complete collection of articles and commentary on Betsy DeVos.The link supplied doesn’t mention guns at all. “Is said?” Sure. It’s said by conspiracy theorists. I’ve seen this claim before, and I shook my head at how poorly written the original article was. It was a piece written by the NYTimes which created.On Tuesday, Education Secretary Betsy Devos admitted during a Senate subcommittee hearing that actually, the newly formed school safety commission won’t look into the role of guns. DeVos has helmed the commission since 17 people were shot dead at Stoneman Douglas High School in February. Proving her fitness for this job, the secretary breezed into the school to talk “to three people, and.
Betsy DeVos and guns Back to school gun nonsense.. So now our illustrious and totally unfit to serve Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos is suggesting that the federal government should now allow states to be able to buy guns for teachers with federal education funds. This is so ludicrous there are hardly words for it. Most teachers don’t want guns or want to be bodyguards or security.
Betsy DeVos, American philanthropist and conservative political activist who from 2017 served as secretary of education under U.S. Pres. Donald Trump. DeVos was a staunch advocate of school choice and of the charter school industry. Learn more about her life, politics, and career.
Today’s nominee for the Are You Kidding Me Hall of Fame is Betsy DeVos’ plan to use federal tax dollars to put guns in schools. Let’s back up to see where this nonsense got its roots. After the shooting in Parkland, Florida, the Trump administration convened a federal commission on school safety, led by Department of Education top dog Betsy DeVos.
Education Secretary DeVos is considering a plan that would allow use of federal grants to buy guns for teachers, according to a NYT report. States could be allowed to use the funds, according to a.
Betsy DeVos wants to carry out the NRA's agenda in America's schools.. Betsy DeVos callously calls for more guns after meeting shooting survivors. By. Matthew Chapman - March 9, 2018 10:21 PM. 1184. Betsy DeVos wants to carry out the NRA's agenda in America's schools. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos met with the survivors of the Parkland school shooting earlier this week, and by all.
Murphy: Do you think guns have any place in or around schools? DeVos: That is best left to locales and states to decide. If the underlying question is — Murphy: You can't say definitively today that guns shouldn't be in schools? DeVos: I will refer back to (Wyoming) Senator (Mike) Enzi and the school he was talking about in Wyoming. I think.
Betsy DeVos quickly drew the ire of Democrats and educators alike this week when her Education Department said it was mulling whether states should be allowed to use grant funds to buy guns for.
While Betsy DeVos is said to be considering letting school districts use federal funds to buy guns, three-quarters of teachers say don't want to be armed.
Betsy DeVos has drawn criticism for her efforts to gut the public education system and carry out her private school agenda, but her actions on guns in schools show that it is also essential when.
Betsy DeVos guns school shootings school safety. 16. 13. Image: Getty. Students, teachers, and parents from across the country are pleading with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos to do the one thing.
Betsy DeVos, President-elect Donald Trump's pick to lead the Department of Education, faced tough questions on Tuesday from Democratic lawmakers at her charged confirmation hearing. DeVos refused.