Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos reads Dr. Seuss to kindergarten students in Miami earlier this year. DeVos says that allowing parents to decide where their children will be educated is essential. The California Legislature, however, disagrees. It killed a bill that would have allowed foster kids, children receiving free school lunches and English-language learners to attend the public school of their choice.
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos reads Dr. Seuss to kindergarten students in Miami earlier this year. DeVos says that allowing parents to decide where their children will be educated is essential. The California Legislature, however, disagrees. It killed a bill that would have allowed foster kids, children receiving free school lunches and English-language learners to attend the public school of their choice. C.M. Guerrero AP file
Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos reads Dr. Seuss to kindergarten students in Miami earlier this year. DeVos says that allowing parents to decide where their children will be educated is essential. The California Legislature, however, disagrees. It killed a bill that would have allowed foster kids, children receiving free school lunches and English-language learners to attend the public school of their choice. C.M. Guerrero AP file

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May 17, 2017 12:33 PM

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