Anyone who is good enough to work for the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education is a safe bet to work in this position. This was an outstanding choice.
Inside Higher Ed reported:
DeVos Appoints First Amendment Advocate to Key Position
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos has appointed Adam Kissel, formerly of the Koch Foundation and the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, deputy assistant secretary for higher education programs, the department confirmed Monday. Politico first reported the hiring.
As director of the Individual Rights Defense Program and vice president of programs at FIRE, Kissel was a frequent critic of universities the group has accused of violating the free speech rights of students and faculty.
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