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Monroe To Receive $100k Race to the Top Funds
Monday, January 31, 2011 10:17:41 AM - Monroe Ohio

Elizabeth Lolli

Photo: Monroe Local Schools Superintendent Elizabeth Lolli

Monroe Local Schools will recieve $100,000 starting this week, according to the ODE and Andy Sedlack from the Journal. Elizabeth Lolli, Monroe superintendent, said the district expects to receive the money [ ], which it will use to pay substitute teachers and to revamp its principal evaluation process, which may eventually become law.

“If the principal evaluation system that Race to the Top requires becomes law then Monroe is ahead of the game because we would have used Race to the Top money for all the required training instead of general fund money,” she said.

Awards in Race to the Top will go to States that are leading the way with ambitious yet achievable plans for implementing coherent, compelling, and comprehensive education reform. Race to the Top winners will help trail-blaze effective reforms and provide examples for States and local school districts throughout the country to follow as they too are hard at work on reforms that can transform our schools for decades to come.

Recent Monroe Local School News:


1/21/2011 Monroe Local Schools Board Organizational Meeting January 3,
1/18/2011 Monroe Schools Facing Unknown Large Deficit

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