Second Race to the Top webinar Sept. 29

The cross-agency team preparing Maine’s application for the federal Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge will host a second webinar on Sept. 29 to provide updates on the application process and solicit letters of support for the state’s proposal.

The online session takes place from 1 to 2 p.m.

During the session, Race to the Top team members will brief participants on the progress they’ve made preparing the competition application, outline the policy proposals they have in mind, and ask for letters of support for the undertaking.

The Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge is a $500 million competition among the states sponsored by the U.S. Departments of Education and Health and Human Services. Maine is eligible for up to $50 million in award funds to use to expand access to early childhood education for high-needs children and to improve the quality of existing programs.

Visit Maine’s Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge web page for instructions on participating in the webinar. If you can’t make it online to participate in the session live, it will be archived and accessible from the webinar section of the Race to the Top web page.

The first Race to the Top webinar took place Sept. 9. The archived session is available on Maine’s Race to the Top Early Learning Challenge web page.

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2 responses to “Second Race to the Top webinar Sept. 29

  1. Steve, Thanks for the feedback. It reaffirms the importance of posting this information. Janine Blatt

  2. Thanks for the opportunity to watch an archived version and/or read a transcript. I want to stay current but I’m not available during the day.

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