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Race to the Top - Early Learning Challenge

Monday, December 9, 2013

On December 9, the Office of the State Superintendent of Education shared the important news that the city's Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge application is now online.

In April 2012, Mayor Vincent Gray released his Early Success Framework, outlining elements of the District's shared vision for thriving children, families, and communities. This framework has guided the work of the range of players in the District's early childhood community, both individually and collectively. In order to realize the Early Success vision, in October 2013, the District applied for the Federal Race to the Top - Early Learning Challenge.

The executive summary, full report and table of contents for the appendices are on the OSSE website: Race to the Top - Early Learning Challenge. Email Rachel Joseph in the Office of the Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services for a specific appendix.