Where the "Trump bump" panned out for Tate Reeves in Mississippi, it ultimately flopped for Eddie Rispone, just as it did for Gov. Matt Bevin in Kentucky. Both candidates were the scourge of local teachers unions.
DeVos said it was "past time" for something better in education. That something better being her Education Freedom Scholarships proposal.
Warren has called for the breakup of Big Tech like Facebook; founder Mark Zuckerberg has vowed to "go to the mat" and fight if she's elected.
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos announced the cancellation of around 4,000 loans to students of for-profit colleges whose parent company shut down in 2018.
The White House lawyer provided Betsy DeVos with legal justification for ignoring a 2018 court order, prompting a judge to hold the Education Secretary in contempt of court last month.
Since leaving the Department of Education, A. Wayne Johnson has called for student loan forgiveness and criticized the department for allowing interest rates to balloon.
"Just what we need. More crappy colleges. More students who can't pay off their debt," Richard W. Painter wrote.
"Taking this rare and powerful action shows the extreme harm Betsy DeVos' actions have caused," Harvard lawyer Toby Merrill said after the hearing.
"Given that Liberty's violations are public and longstanding, we are left to conclude that the Department's failure to act is deliberate and that it is only interested in enforcing free speech policies against institutions it deems unfriendly," Reps. Levin and Raskin wrote in a letter.
On Monday, a judge told the courtroom that she wasn't sending anyone to jail yet for violating her order, but was glad to know it was an option.
The lawyer representing defrauded students told Newsweek a U.S. magistrate judge is unlikely to follow through on her threat of jail time but argued that the education secretary's actions constitute "extraordinary noncompliance."
"There have to be consequences for violation of my order sixteen thousand times," U.S. Magistrate Judge Sallie Kim said at a hearing on Monday.
Turzai says public school teachers '"don't really care about kids."
Michigan Senator Debbie Stabenow's use of Donald Trump's own words was met with cheers and came as the president has continued to double down and defend his racist tweet.
Betsy DeVos is the eighth Trump administration official the House Oversight Committee found used personal email for government business.
"One of my education promises is I will not appoint anyone to be Secretary of Education who has not taught in a public school," Warren told voters in Michigan on Tuesday.
"I'll just be blunt: Betsy DeVos is the worst Secretary of Education we've seen," the campaign email read, while promising to nominate an education secretary with "real teaching experience."
When the education secretary is outside Washington, she is an advocate for reading. Once back inside the Beltway, she ducks into a backroom and champions radical cuts.
"It's important that adults have adult disagreements on adult time, and that they not ultimately hurt kids in the process,' Secretary of Education Betsy Devos said.
"It is unacceptable, shameful and counterproductive that the media and some members of Congress have spun up falsehoods and fully misrepresented the facts," DeVos wrote in a statement on Wednesday.
"The Special Olympics cost around $18 million, or about the same as five of Trump's golf trips to Mar-a-Lago," Nick Jack Pappas tweeted. "It's not a difficult decision. It's an evil one."
"The Obama administration overcorrected the problem and swung the pendulum too far back against the accused," Kelly claimed.
A coalition that includes gun control advocates and educators is prepared to sue the Education Department if it moves forward with a measure to use federal funds to arm teachers.
Is the best we can hope for shootouts in classrooms?