School Choice, Explained By Bananas Betsy

Betsy DeVos School of Interpretive Dance

Betsy DeVos School of Interpretive Dance

Well, this is certainly a re-reading of history:

“[Historically Black Colleges and Universities] started from the fact that there were too many students in America who did not have equal access to education,” DeVos said in a statement. “They saw that the system wasn’t working, that there was an absence of opportunity, so they took it upon themselves to provide the solution.”

“HBCUs are real pioneers when it comes to school choice,” she added. “They are living proof that when more options are provided to students, they are afforded greater access and greater quality. Their success has shown that more options help students flourish.”

I think it would be more accurate to say that HBCUs are the product of having no choice. It takes some brass ovaries to be not only so completely WRONG, but to use that as a weapon for a policy that is going to RE-SEGREGATE schools.

Dumb and evil is no way to go through live, Bets.

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5 Responses to School Choice, Explained By Bananas Betsy

  1. roket says:

    Can’t wait to argue with the next pig person who believes this crap.

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  2. Oblios_Cap says:

    Christ. The HBCU here in town is always fighting to even come close to getting the funding from the state that the local Community College gets. It’s not even close to getting what FSU gets.

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  3. “Dumb and evil is no way to go through live, Bets.”

    Why not? It’s not as if it hasn’t worked magnificently for her so far…

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  4. Retiredeng says:

    This administration is turning into one hell of a Monty Python/Bkackaddar marathon. DeVos as upper class twit and Trump as clueless monarch.

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  5. ming says:

    Nice gif!

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