Betsy DeVos, United States Secretary of Education is well bullied. Moreover, her yacht was the victim of vandals this last weekend.
The yacht was parked in Huron, Ohio and accommodates 12 guests. This weekend, the captain of the ship called the Police. He discovered the boat had been set adrift!
It was untied from the moorings from the dock.
As a result, the ship “struck the dock, causing an estimated $5,000 to $10,000 in damage from large scratches and scrapes, according to the police report,” says The Blaze.
But why is Betsy DeVos so hated?
Betsy DeVos stands with President Trump and his education policy. DeVos is responsible for the “death of Common Core.”
Betsy believes in putting education choice in the hands of each individual State.
Furthermore, “DeVos has made school choice and reducing the role of the federal government in education two of her priorities as the Trump administration’s education chief,” as reports The Daily Signal.
Betsy has been “harshly criticized by public school advocates, as she’s been a major funder of the ”school choice” movement,” as reports the The Blade.
Around the time her family yacht was attacked by vandals, Betsy has been passing bills.
She tweets about the H.R. 2353 Career and Technical education bill being passed in the Congress.
The bill supports allowing local communities more freedom in preparing students for career’s and jobs.
More young adults, will have the opportunity to go to work after High School.
This is well-timed, since, there are more jobs available than workers now in our soaring economy!
CNBC says, “There are 6.7 million job openings and just 6.4 million available workers to fill them, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.”
She tweets, “This is an important day for America’s students, workers and our economy. Great to see Congress come together to expand educational pathways and opportunities & give local communities greater flexibility in how best to prepare students for the jobs of today and tomorrow.”
This is an important day for America's students, workers and our economy. Great to see Congress come together to expand educational pathways and opportunities & give local communities greater flexibility in how best to prepare students for the jobs of today and tomorrow. https://t.co/beWpd7wSZn
— Betsy DeVos (@BetsyDeVosED) July 25, 2018