Secretary DeVos Releases Statement on the White House Hispanic Prosperity Initiative Executive Order

Secretary DeVos public statement at the White House Hispanic Prosperity Initiative Executive Order July 9, 2020 Contact: Press Office, (202) 401-1576, press@ed.gov
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    US Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos issued the following statement on the Executive Order of the White House setting Initiative Prosperity Hispanic White House "Hispanic families, like so many families in America, want their children educated in custom shapes that meet their unique needs and values โ€‹โ€‹of his family know that one. good education is also the launching pad for a great job and long-term prosperity. I applaud the strong leadership of President Trump to support more educational opportunities and greater prosperity for all Hispanic Americans. in the Department of EE .S. Of education, we are working to open new career paths including apprenticeships and earn-and-learn opportunities, expanding service support Hispanic institutions, prioritizing new public charter schools in areas of opportunity, and the struggle for freedom of education for students-and all-Hispanic students can find their right fit. "

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