Happy Friday! Read through three bills and still want more on the reauthorization of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act? Check out these good reads.


The program would dole out competitive grants to school districts who partner with post-secondary institutions and other organizations.


In the latest bill to rewrite No Child Left Behind, House Republicans want to give states maximum flexibility, except when it comes to teacher evaluations.


Sen. Alexander is counting on transparency, not federally approved goals, to be the main lever for school improvement.


An Obama administration plan would ask the Federal Communications Commission to make potentially broad changes to the E-rate program, which provides tech support to schools.


A Senate Democratic bill to reauthorize the No Child Left Behind Act would require states set achievement and growth targets for students, but is unlikely to become law.


In a statement today, four groups representing school district leaders call for "adequate" time to manage the transition to the common core standards and tests.


The Council of Chief State School Officers says it needs flexibility from federal officials to manage the common core transition.


In their revised application, the nine California districts seeking a No Child Left Behind Act waiver dropped plans to count only the test scores from the last grade in each school for accountability purposes.


Florida's use of $1.25 million in Race to the Top funds to settle a contract dispute was allowable, according to federal officials.


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