Day 1 on the job is done, but we’re only getting started. Now where do I find the pencils? :) pic.twitter.com/0vRKF1opE9— Betsy DeVos (@BetsyDeVos) February 9, 2017
@BetsyDeVos not in the thousands of public schools that can barely afford supplies. Looking forward to you cleaning that lil issue up.— Erin Weaver (@ByErinWeaver) February 9, 2017
@BetsyDeVos This isn't funny. You couldn't answer basic questions about education during your hearing.— Bill Shapiro (@Bill_Shapiro) February 9, 2017
@BetsyDeVos At the store. Something you should know: we teachers buy pencils and supplies for our classes with our OWN money.— Robin McCauley Lynch (@RobinMcCauley) February 9, 2017
In the fucking classroom where you've never been. https://t.co/7P3s5Pq82c— Jack Roskopp (@jackroskopp) February 9, 2017
@BetsyDeVos I don't know, maybe go to a public school and get one?— USC (@AlumniUSC) February 9, 2017
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