Could Donald Trump Put Mike Pence in Charge of Education Policy as Vp? Here’s His Indiana Education Record
With Donald Trump’s stunning victory Tuesday, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence will become vice president of the United States in January.
One of the big storylines of Pence’s time as Indiana’s governor was his role in the state’s contentious fights over education. A story pubished this morning by Education Week magazine quotes one expert predicting Pence’s expertise in education reform would mean Trump would tap him to lead his administration’s education policy initiatives. In August, Trump picked a staffer from Indiana Republican congressman Luke Messer’s office to formulate his education policies, which led to an agenda that placed a heavy emphasis on school choice.