The National Center for Education Evaluation has released a report examining the distribution of American Recovery and Reinvestment Act funds to states and districts. The U.S. Department of Education awarded $70.6 billion for primary and secondary (K−12) education through existing and new federal programs. These funds were intended to improve schools, raise achievement, drive reforms, and produce better results for children and young people for the long-term health of our nation. View the full report.
Preliminary district, traditional school, community school, and STEM school results on Ohio’s 2011-2012 state tests and several related measures were released Wednesday by the Ohio Department of Education. View the preliminary results.