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      • Race to the Top ( R2T, RTTT or RTT) was a $4.35 billion United States Department of Education competitive grant created to spur and reward innovation and reforms in state and local district K–12 education.
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  2. Race to the Top ( R2T, RTTT or RTT) [1] was a $4.35 billion United States Department of Education competitive grant created to spur and reward innovation and reforms in state and local district K–12 education.

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    In order to be eligible to compete for the awards, states needed to enact four types of reforms: 1. Adopt standards and assessments that prepare students to succeed in college and the workplace, and to compete in the global economy. 2. Build data systems to measure student growth and success, and inform teachers and principals about how to improve ...

    States were eligible for a range of different funding award amounts depending on their share of the federal population of children between the ages of 5-17. The amounts ranged from $20–75 million up to the highest Phase One award range of $350–$700 million. Only the four largest states (California, Texas, Florida, and New York) were eligible for th...

    Hawaii is the only state that received Race to the Top competitive grants and has not requested additional time to implement the mandatory education system reforms. Florida, Georgia, Massachusetts, New York, North Carolina, Rhode Island and Tennessee have received approval for an additional year to implement these reforms. The Department of Educati...

    The following states took actions to make their applications more competitive after the first round: 1. Illinois lifted a cap on the number of charter schoolsit allows. 2. Massachusetts made it easier for students in low-performing schools to switch to charters. 3. West Virginia proposed a merit pay system that includes student achievement in its c...

    Despite 40 states applying for Race to the Top funds, criticism of the contest has been widespread across the political spectrum. 1. Texas Governor Rick Perryhas been a vocal opponent of Race to the Top and announced his state would not apply for funding. 1. Former Assistant Secretary of Education and education advocate Diane Ravitch was an early o...

    Ed.gov, "Race to the Top Assessment Program"
    U.S. Department of Education, "Race to the Top Fund"
  3. Nov 19, 2020 · Race to the Top Executive Summary; PRINT. Race to the Top Executive Summary. 2013_executive_summary_0.pdf. Publication Date: November 19, 2020 ECD - Bottom Navigation.

  4. Mar 26, 2012 · Part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, or ARRA, Race to the Top promises to help states and districts close achievement gaps and get more students into college by supporting key reform...

  5. And make no mistake about it: Race To The Top is nothing short of a radical privatization plan, no different in the education sector from the repeal of the Glass-Steagal Act was to the banking sector. Only when Glass Steagall (the "Banking Act of 1933") was repealed 12 years ago, the damage had to wait more than a decade to be felt.

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