Massachusetts and Texas lawmakers are considering whether to lift caps on the number of charter schools.
Colorado lawmakers have approved a big K-12 funding overhaul, but voters must still approve a tax hike to fund it.
Kentucky has stopped the scoring of constructed-response items on common-core-based tests, and experienced separate test-related technical glitches.
Education reform group StudentsFirst has apologized for calling a Tennessee lawmaker who sponsored anti-gay legislation one of its reformers of the year.
Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz said a bill heading to Gov. Mike Pence won't actually "pause" the Common Core State Standards in Indiana.
The Florida Senate voted down proposed parent-trigger legislation by a 20-20 vote for the second straight year.
Recent testing problems in Oklahoma and Minnesota due to computer glitches have raised concerns about online testing.
A video featuring Florida parents supporting "parent-trigger" legislation has caused controversy in the state.
The Indiana Legislature has sent a bill to Gov. Mike Pence that would require a "pause" in implementing the common core.
Louisiana Superintendent John White announced the state was no longer storing student data with inBloom, a non-profit group focused on personalized learning.