The US Department of Education released reports for six of 35 states it has monitored concerning their No Child Left Behind waivers. The reports for Colorado, Connecticut, Idaho, Michigan, Mississippi, and New York represent the department’s second, more intense round (Part B) of monitoring. The reports of the first round (Part A), conducted in 2012, can be found on the department’s website. The reports indicated that states are having problems intervening in schools with the biggest achievement gaps. The department found that Mississippi needed to revise its plans for supporting students with disabilities transitioning to college and career ready standards.