FILE - Education Secretary Betsy DeVos makes remarks during a major policy address on Title IX enforcement, which in college covers sexual harassment, rape and assault, at George Mason University, in Arlington, Virginia, Sept. 7, 2017.
FILE - Education Secretary Betsy DeVos makes remarks during a major policy address on Title IX enforcement, which in college covers sexual harassment, rape and assault, at George Mason University, in Arlington, Virginia, Sept. 7, 2017.

CAMBRIDGE, MASS. - Education Secretary Betsy DeVos is scheduled to deliver the keynote address at a conference on school choice at Harvard University.

Some Harvard students plan to protest outside her speech Thursday. They say they're protesting DeVos' decision last week to revoke Obama-era rules that guided colleges on how to handle campus sexual assault cases.

Harvard's Program on Education Policy and Governance is sponsoring the conference, titled "The Future of School Choice: Helping Students Succeed."

School choice refers to efforts that give students options other than their local public schools, such as charter or private schools.

DeVos was a supporter of school choice efforts in Michigan before becoming President Donald Trump's education chief.