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Warren says she'll appoint a teacher to run the Education Department

CBS News Monday, 13 May 2019
Presidential candidate and Massachusetts senator says Betsy DeVos "is the worst Secretary of Education we've seen"
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News video: Elizabeth Warren Calls Betsy DeVos the 'Worst Secretary of Education'

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Elizabeth Warren Calls Betsy DeVos the 'Worst Secretary of Education' In an email to supporters, Warren blasted Betsy Devos, stating a person with “real teaching experience” is needed. Elizabeth Warren, via statement The 2020 Democratic candidate has promised to elect a former public school...

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