The DeVos Confirmation Hearing Is Today. Here Are Five Reasons the Senate Should Confirm Her.

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FILE - This Sept. 10, 2012, file photo shows thousands of public school teachers rallying outside the Chicago Public Schools district headquarters on the first day of strike action over teachers' contracts in Chicago. A majority of union members today now have ties to a government entity at the federal, state or local levels. The typical union worker now is more likely to be an educator, office worker or food or service industry employee rather than a construction worker, autoworker, electrician or mechanic, with far more women than men among the ranks. Overall, 11.3 percent of U.S. wage and salary workers are unionized, down from a peak of 35 percent during the mid-1950s.  (AP Photo/Sitthixay Ditthavong, File)

It is no secret that the biggest teachers unions in the country are adamantly opposed to the nomination of Betsy DeVos to Secretary of Education. The idea that the opportunity to leave the public school system could become available to even more students drives them up a wall. However, what you may not have known is just how deeply the unions seek the status quo | Read More »

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