Five school districts awarded Race to the Top funds.
Five additional school districts have been awarded Race to the Top funds. This brings the total number of districts receiving full approval of their Race to the Top grant to 35, with the combined amount of funding awarded now at more than $142 million. A list of the districts and their award amounts is below.
About Race to the Top Funds
In August 2010, Florida won $700 million in funding through the federal Race to the Top competition. Half of the funds will be distributed to approved school districts to carry out locally developed education reform plans. The other half of the funding is being used by the state to develop a broad array of programs and strategies that will directly aid ALL school districts in areas such as: improving their lowest performing schools; recognizing and rewarding their highly effective teachers; and increasing the academic achievement of all students.
Approved Districts as of 1/20/11
UF – P.K. Yonge 67,045.00
St. Lucie 4,949,987.00
- Florida one of 16 finalists in Race to the Top competition
- Gov. Crist signs Florida’s Race to the Top application
- SCHOOL DISTRICTS – STATEWIDE NOTED FCAT ANOMALIES
- 463 teachers on layoff status rehired
- Gottlieb named winner of Broward District 8 school board race
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