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Betsy DeVos news and analysis from The Nation
October 1, 2019
Katherine Clark Has Been Calling for an Impeachment Inquiry for Months
This is not a normal president, and the congresswoman from Massachusetts is not satisfied with normal resistance.
September 27, 2019
The Good (Free Tuition!), the Bad (Student Debt), & the Ugly (DeVos’s DOE) in Higher Ed
The Trump administration is now rewarding the worst actors—but great new policies are being rolled out at the state level.
June 27, 2019
The Power of Transgender Political Representation
From pushing against bathroom bills to pushing for trans asylum seekers’ rights, each trans person that is elected has an outsize impact on the issues most affecting our lives.
Ruben J. Gonzales
March 28, 2019
The Trump Administration’s Ableist Cuts to the Special Olympics
This is about something far bigger than Special Olympics. It’s about how those in the White House view the most vulnerable in our society.
March 18, 2019
For-Profit Colleges Are Dodging Regulation by Becoming… ‘Nonprofits’?
Under Trump, the scam-college industry is getting a second wind.
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March 5, 2019
Schools Are Policing Black Kids’ Hair, and Betsy DeVos Needs to Stop Them
Efforts to “fix” black students’ hair are a vestige of our segregated past that deemed blackness inferior.
February 12, 2019
New Rules Would Discourage Colleges From Investigating Rape Accusations
The Department of Education says new regulations would reduce sexual-misconduct probes by 32 percent.
December 10, 2018
Don’t Defend Title IX. Replace It.
Anti-discrimination and affirmative-action rules don’t help the Americans who need them the most.
August 31, 2018
Affirmative Action Is Under Attack
From neighborhood schools to elite universities, diversity in education is under fire.
August 9, 2018
The State Lawsuit That Could Set a Precedent for Nationwide Student-Loan Refunds
What is certain is that borrowers will continue to pay the price if student-loan companies aren’t held accountable.