As lawmakers head back to Statehouses across the country, education reform is topping the agenda in a lot of places.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad is expected to unveil his education reform plan.
Mississippi lawmakers are expected to debate a plan that increases the number of charter schools in failing districts.
A preliminary plan for education reform has been released in New York State.
Although Idaho voters turned down a referendum that would have pushed for sweeping education reforms, the topic is not going away.
Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell wants to grade schools, A-F.
And Indiana may expand the nation’s largest school voucher program.
What’s your state up to?