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“HPFacebookVoteV2. init (426804, 'Illinois Vaults to the Head of the Class in Race to the Top Competition', 'On Tuesday, Illinois submitted its application for the \ "Race to the Top\" competition, a federal initiative designed by Arne Duncan and financed by what could easily be termed a $4.3 billion education slush fund.”
“Contestants are competing for $125,000 to open a restaurant; a feature in Food & Wine magazine; and the title Top Chef.”
“The panel will be featured in room 9 from 1: 30-2: 30pm under the title Top Cow: "We Create”
“The label Top 20 was a close run between Alfa Matrix, SPV, Out Of Line and Metropolis Records but was won by Alfa Matrix records.”
“It appeared in this morning's Arkansas Democrat-Gazette under the title Top to Bottom Failure.”
“Despite the perky name, Race to the Top is a marathon — and a potentially grueling one; to win, states must take a series of steps that are considered radical in the see-no-evil world of education, where teachers unions have long fought efforts to measure teacher performance based on student test scores and link the data to teacher pay.”
“I don't think Race to the Top is the answer to all that challenges our public education system, but money talks and RTT is encouraging all the involved parties to work together to make change for our communities.”
“The Race to the Top is a highly competitive grant process open to all states.”
“The traditional vocalist has been pushed aside or left out by what we call Top 40 radio," says Clive Davis, chief creative officer, Sony Music Entertainment, who has worked with Ms. Houston since signing her to her first record deal in 1983.”
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