Betsy DeVos is “not a numbers person.”
At a recent public forum, DeVos said her record in office should be graded on expansion of choice-friendly policies. She did not embrace a suggestion that she be judged on academic outcomes. “I’m not a numbers person,” she said.
In fairness, that is one phrase and it lacks context.
Also in fairness, however, if one is going to advocate for a substantial change in the paradigm of K-12 education (and seek to divert billions in tax dollars in so doing), one decidedly needs to be a numbers person.