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Schools seek federal grants; Glencoe student wins essay contest
Oklahoman Published: November 18, 2012
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EDUCATION BRIEFS

State schools Race to the Top

The U.S. Education Department announced this week that about 370 applications were turned in for its Race to the Top grant program.

About 20 winners will be selected to share $400 million. Winners will be named by the end of the year. Individual school districts or conglomerations of districts could apply. In Oklahoma, six applications were submitted:

• Lawton Public Schools

• Oklahoma City Public Schools

• Western Heights Public Schools

• Purcell Public Schools with partners Noble Public Schools

• Fort Gibson Public Schools with partners Cherokee Immersion School and Bragg, Hilldale, Okay, Oktaha, Sequoyah Wainwright school districts

• Mountain View-Gotebo Public School with partners Arapaho-Butler, Beggs, Belfonte, Brushy, Cameron, Canute, Copan, Cyril, Dover, Eagletown, Fort Cobb Broxton, Freedom, Gans, Greenville, Heavener, Holly Creek, Hominy, Hydro-Eakly, Locust Grove, Lone Wolf, Lookeba, Madill, Mangum, Marble City, Merritt, Morris, Newkirk, Panama, Pawhuska, Pioneer, Pocola, Porter, Quinton, Roff, Salina, Sentinel, Snyder, Stilwell, Sulphur, Thackerville, Watonga, Watts and Waukomis.



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