If you’re done reading Georgia’s, here is Louisiana’s RTTT application

I posted the link last week to Georgia’s 200-page Race to the Top application. If that wasn’t enough for you, here is Lousiana’s application.

Louisiana is quite proud of its application, and has sent out a press notice:

Last Tuesday, Louisiana submitted its application for President Obama’s $4.35 billion Race to the Top competition. Today, the state is posting its application online so that anyone interested can take a look at the ambitious reforms being put into place in Louisiana’s schools. Over the course of the application process Louisiana emerged as a best case scenario for the President’s plan to incent reform in the states.  First, Louisiana had made reform programs underway which they expanded state-wide and worked hard on the ground to gain the support of teachers unions, principals and the local communities.

Many of Louisiana’s local school districts elected to participate in the state’s application for federal funding. The application represents 28 districts across the state, from rural parishes to the New Orleans public school system. 56 independent public charter schools are included, and the application represents schools covering 47% of Louisiana’s student population. Schools in the application have a 51% free and reduced meal population, and a 60% minority population.

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retired

January 25th, 2010
3:08 pm

I want to see TN, AL. SC, NC, and KY.

Jennifer

January 25th, 2010
3:39 pm

If you really want some interesting reading, you may want to get a copy of the individual district’s RTT memorandum agreement with the state……..

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katherine

January 26th, 2010
8:00 am

Look at the 3rd sentence of the press notice. Is ‘incent’ a word?

Maureen Downey

January 26th, 2010
9:06 am

Yup, It is a word. Definitions for incent: To provide an incentive…”would use tax breaks to incent corporations to invest in their future”

Ann Duffy

January 26th, 2010
9:41 am

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