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Cheat Sheet: Race to the Top Progress

Race to the Top has been a hot topic this week, what with new reports on the program from the White House and the Center for American Progress, coming on the heels of the U.S. Department of Education's latest progress reports on the program.

What have the dozen winners of the $4 billion competition actually accomplished, and what do they have left to do? Check out this chart, created by the Michele half of Politics K-12, which provides a handy, at-a-glance guide to the department's reports.


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