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We believe that public education, from pre-K through grade 12 and into post-secondary education, is at the core of our democracy, and of ensuring affordable, quality higher education for all who pursue it. The nomination of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education makes clear that the new administration has no such commitment.
New Report from CFHE Looks at Efforts to Turn Public Universities into Profit Centers at Education’s Expense
Release of working papers in advance of campus equity week events
For Immediate Release: October 3, 2013
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Higher Ed Faculty to Discuss Report of Conference Call with the Media on October 9; Report is First in a Series of Three to be Released This Month
National faculty group reaffirms commitment to defend public higher education, urges rejection of Betsy DeVos as Ed Secretary
As the Trump administration wages its war on science, on the free flow of people and information that is at the core of higher education and democracy, and as it propagates clear untruths as “alternative facts” about publicly, empirically verifiable phenomena, the Campaign for the Future of Higher Education (CFHE) recommits to defending and advancing affordable, quality public higher education for all who pursue it, and joins thousands of educators, organizations, and critics from various political persuasions to denounce and oppose the nomination of Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education.
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