Moreover, the Department issued new state-specific reports profiling second-year progress on education reforms underway in Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Maryland, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Rhode Island, Tennessee, and the District of Columbia--the 12 grantees that secured Race to the Top funding in 2010 through the competition's initial two phases.
What does RTTT stand for?
RTTT stands for Race to the Top (US Department of Education grant)
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These states -- Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, North Carolina and Rhode Island -- have all received funding from the United States Department of Education under its $500 million Race to the Top - Early Learning Challenge competitive grant program.
It's not until the eleventh paragraph, which doesn't appear until the jump page, that the reader is given any idea that the administration is granting the waivers to provide flexibility and persuade states to adopt its Race to the Top program--though the words "Race to the Top" never appear in the article, and the program is only briefly explained in two of its twenty-nine-paragraphs.
As part of the state's application for Race to the Top money, it created a three-year plan to implement a teacher-evaluation system based on student "growth," Dopf said.
The Race to the Top fund, however, has added a new twist.
Ted Kulongoski has now acknowledged that another attempt to win a share of $4 billion in federal Race to the Top education grants would be a waste of effort.
If you set and enforce rigorous and challenging standards and assessments; if you put outstanding teachers at the front of the classroom; if you turn around failing schools -- your state can win a Race to the Top grant.
Race to the Top is a way "to say to a set of states, 'You lead the national conversation.