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A Progress Report: U.S. Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos

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Nearly six months into her new job at U.S. secretary of education, a politically hamstrung Betsy DeVos is having a tough time getting her agenda off the ground. From her priority issues, such as school choice, to staffing her federal agency, the education secretary has struggled to get support from Congress and a broader constituency among educators and the public.

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