U.S. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos public statement on the executive order signed today by President Donald J. Trump June 26, 2020 Contact: Press Office, (202) 401-1576, press@ed.gov < li class = "views views -row row row-1 peak views and views overlooking front row row-last">

US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos issued the following statement on the executive order signed by President Donald J. Trump today that will transform the federal procurement process to replace hiring based on skills-based contract with the degree of a one size fits all

"I want to applaud President Trump by Executive Order today that recognizes the skills, knowledge and experience students and workers earn both inside and outside the classroom. opportunities too often, workers have been denied that match their skills because they lacked a degree traditional, and industries have been able employees outside because of the degree requirements of arbitrary higher education. is long past time to extend credit to workers who bring talents, even if those skills are not learned at the same time winning a traditional title, and the current executive order says the federal government needs to go forward.

"continue to challenge me to the business community to education and the potential embrace rethinking employees who have acquired experience and skills outside the typical class, including serving our country through military service. Learning it is a lifelong journey, and there are many ways to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in the workforce. I thank President Trump for his leadership on this issue, which will benefit students, lifelong learners and Americans all workers "

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