Jeb Bush is returning to his education foundation now that he's no longer running for president.
The Foundation for Excellence in Education announced Tuesday that Bush will once again serve as its chairman and president of the board of directors. The former Florida governor had stepped down from the post in the foundation he created to run for the Republican presidential nomination.
"One of the greatest challenges and opportunities we have in America today is to create a 21st century education system that ensures all students have the skills, teachers and educational options they need to succeed in life," Bush said in a statement. "Too many children right now are failed by a deeply flawed bureaucratic system, but I'm optimistic about the future because I've seen the great results produced by states across the country."
Bush replaces Condoleezza Rice, the former U.S. Secretary of State who had assumed the position in January 2015 and will remain on the foundation's board.