Do something unexpected: answer our questions. You came to our school just for publicity and avoided our questions for the 90 minutes you were actually here. How about you actually do your job? #neveragain #DoYourJob https://t.co/4Ts0INq0gR— Aly Sheehy🦅 (@Aly_Sheehy) March 7, 2018
One student from each publication (tv prod./newspaper/yearbook) was able to see her and take pictures of her, no one followed her. We are part of a school publication and it's our job to report on a public figure visiting the school. https://t.co/zE48UAFZky— Carly Novell (@car_nove) March 7, 2018
I thought she would at least give us her "thoughts and prayers," but she refused to even meet/speak with students. I don't understand the point of her being here— Carly Novell (@car_nove) March 7, 2018
Secretary of education Betsy Devos spoke to me and only a hand full of students. She did not properly answer my only question. She did not sit down with any students and asked what we wanted. Douglas has 3,000 students. None of them were invited. pic.twitter.com/1RXYDZJtTb— Kyra (@longlivekcx) March 7, 2018
Be different. Be bold. Try something unexpected. Do something new. #RethinkSchool— Betsy DeVos (@BetsyDeVosED) March 6, 2018
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