A first look at today's most important education news:
Jeb Bush delivered a speech on education reform at last night’s Republican National Convention. (CBSNews)
Common-Core standards are a topic of disagreement at the Republican National Convention, Politics K-12 reports.
New York's state education agency identified 221 poorly performing schools yesterday, more than half of them in New York City, that must make dramatic changes over the next three years or risk getting closed. (Wall Street Journal)
The Department of Education launched a new website for parent and family engagement. (h/t Ed Week)
New Hampshire filed an NCLB waiver proposing a decentralized accountability system. (Union Leader)