DeVos met by protesters at Harvard speech on school choice
September 29, 2017
CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP) — Students at Harvard University staged a protest Thursday as Education Secretary Betsy DeVos delivered an address on school choice.
Some held up fists. One held up a sign reading, "White supremacist." Others called for protections for victims of campus sexual assault.
DeVos last week revoked Obama administration guidance that instructed colleges on how to handle sexual assault cases.
She did not interrupt her speech Thursday to address the protesters, but later took some pointed questions from the audience. The protest was mostly silent, though some students snapped...