Today the Obama Administration released the final application for the second Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge (RTT-ELC) competition, which will provide approximately $280 million in state-level competitive grants to improve the quality of early learning and development programs and close educati
Colorado, Illinois, New Mexico, Oregon, and Wisconsin will each receive a share of the 2012 Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge $133 million grant fund to improve quality and expand access to early learning programs throughout their states. The five winners join nine existing state grantees who secured first-round funding last year.
Today the U.S. Department of Education and U.S. Department of Health and Human Services announced that all five eligible statesColorado, Illinois, New Mexico, Oregon, and Wisconsinhave submitted applications for the second round of Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge.
Thank you, Steve [Barnett], for that kind introductionand for the important work of the National Institute for Early Education Research over the last decade.
35 States, D.C. and Puerto Rico Submit Applications for the Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge
The U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services announced today that 35 states, D.C. and Puerto Rico submitted applications for the Race to the Top-Early Learning Challenge, a $500 million state-level competitive grant program to improve early learning and development.