Ms. Spellings seconded that in her response to the report.
Ms. Spellings said the administration would release those details in its 2007 budget next week.
"We still have the finest system of higher education in the world," Ms. Spellings said.
Ms. Spellings said the results showed the law has "struck a chord of success."
Ms. Spellings said early returns prove the education law is working.
Ms. Spellings invited all 50 state education superintendents to appear.
Ms. Spellings left the auditorium immediately after her speech without taking questions.
Ms. Spellings called for an end to the practice, which is known as recycling.
What are you doing these days, our correspondent asked Ms. Spelling.