Georgia officials offered no dramatic changes Tuesday in their second attempt to qualify for the Obama administration's $4 billion Race to the Top schools fund.[But control of local schools is in the hands of local authorities. Right.]
It's an effort that could bring $400 million to Georgia.
In meeting a federal reapplication deadline for the fund, which rewards states that embrace education reform, state officials instead fleshed out ideas federal reviewers previously found vague.
Tuesday, June 01, 2010
It takes a strong hit from the money machine
Georgia again files bid for feds' education cash | ajc.com