– How Betsy DeVos Stood Her Ground
You may have been watching the news lately. Don’t be surprised at what’s going on within Capitol Hill. The world is rapidly changing, and we’re actually honored to have women like Betsy DeVos leading a path for many to follow. This specific path is one within education, and it’s being managed on a national level by none other than Betsy DeVos.
It was only months ago when the President of the United States himself honored the world by appointing Betsy DeVos as the U.S. Secretary of Education. And what this means for the country are amazing changes that will improve what we can do to the education of our children. It’s Betsy who’s been involved with education for so long now. Visit Betsy’s profile page on Facebook.
And today, her work is paying off in a tremendous fashion.
– Ask Anything, and Here’s What You Get
Well, tremendous is not even close to how the Senate Education Committee felt about this beloved leader in the United States. But, you can’t expect every innovation to be implemented with ease. When your ideas and beliefs challenge those around you, you will have to know that it means to stand your ground.
Standing firm is exactly what Betsy DeVos did, and with the power of a mighty fist.
When question after question were asked and for every topic regarding education, Betsy stood firm. And she needed to seeing as she wasn’t “given the light of day.” But don’t get us wrong by saying this. The fact that Betsy faced opposition in recent weeks is clear proof.
When progress moves with the norm, no one is shocked or amazed.
When challenges to the status quo come, many run and panic with unjustifiable fear. So we thank Betsy for her input and the impact its making. We also leave her in our prayers. Part of Betsy’s main goal is to reform public schools into private facilities. But what this means may be hard to grasp. Read more articles at MLive.com about Betsy.
You see, the ideas currently pursued by Betsy DeVos require that vouchers be giving to children and their families. As different as this may sound, Betsy’s ambition is to have the government pay for it.