- Most states that applied for Race to the Top funding did not receive funding… What’s next for them? [Associated Press via The Chronicle of Higher Ed]
- The Foundation for Education Excellence (founded by former Florida governor Jeb Bush) held a two-day summit in Washington last week that attracted a number of big names in education reform, including U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan. [Washington Post]
- The National Center for Education Statistics has released a new report (PDF) on K-12 teachers’ use of educational technology.
- A new study commissioned by the California Teachers’ Association finds that a five-year-old K-12 reform effort has resulted in significant achievement gains among poor and minority students in California. [California Watch]