Betsy DeVos blasts Biden admin's 'sickening move' to limit data collection on sexual assault by teachers

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FIRST ON FOX: The Biden administration’s latest move to limit sexual assault data collection shows that it’s a “wholly owned subsidiary of the teacher union bosses,” former Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos told Fox News.

Her comments came after the Education Department proposed rolling back Trump-era data collection on teacher-student sexual assault. 

“This is a sickening move, and every American should be outraged,” she said in a statement Tuesday. 

FILE – In this Aug. 12, 2020, file photo Education Secretary Betsy DeVos arrives for an event in the State Dining room of the White House in Washington. As millions of American children start the school year online, the Trump administration is hoping to convert their parents’ frustration and anger into newfound support for school choice policies that DeVos has long championed but struggled to advance nationally.(AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)

“There is no rational way to justify sweeping teachers sexually assaulting students under the rug. The only explanation is that the Biden Administration is a wholly owned subsidiary of the teacher union bosses, who have long tried to cover up teachers behaving badly,” said DeVos.

“While I was in Washington, we stopped the unions

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