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Ohio Scores and Comments 2016 (PDF) (Dec 19, 2016)
The purpose of this Preschool Pay For Success (PFS) Feasibility Pilot is to encourage State and local PFS activity for preschool programs by providing grants for Feasibility Studies. The Feasibility Studies will determine if PFS is a viable and appropriate strategy to implement preschool programs that are high-quality and yield meaningful results. The Department, in consultation with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), developed the Preschool PFS Feasibility Pilot.
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Oregon Scores and Comments 2016 (PDF) (Dec 19, 2016)
The purpose of this Preschool Pay For Success (PFS) Feasibility Pilot is to encourage State and local PFS activity for preschool programs by providing grants for Feasibility Studies. The Feasibility Studies will determine if PFS is a viable and appropriate strategy to implement preschool programs that are high-quality and yield meaningful results. The Department, in consultation with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), developed the Preschool PFS Feasibility Pilot.
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Minnesota Scores and Comments 2016 (PDF) (Dec 19, 2016)
The purpose of this Preschool Pay For Success (PFS) Feasibility Pilot is to encourage State and local PFS activity for preschool programs by providing grants for Feasibility Studies. The Feasibility Studies will determine if PFS is a viable and appropriate strategy to implement preschool programs that are high-quality and yield meaningful results. The Department, in consultation with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), developed the Preschool PFS Feasibility Pilot.
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North Carolina Scores and Comments 2016 (PDF) (Dec 19, 2016)
The purpose of this Preschool Pay For Success (PFS) Feasibility Pilot is to encourage State and local PFS activity for preschool programs by providing grants for Feasibility Studies. The Feasibility Studies will determine if PFS is a viable and appropriate strategy to implement preschool programs that are high-quality and yield meaningful results. The Department, in consultation with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), developed the Preschool PFS Feasibility Pilot.
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Bio for Maribel Duran (Dec 13, 2016)
Biography of the Chief of Staff, in the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education, Maribel Duran.
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Contacts -- Opening Doors, Expanding Opportunities Grants (Dec 08, 2016)
This page identifies the contacts for LEA with at least one SIG School or SIG-Eligible School; each with at least one SIG School or SIG-Eligible School in each member LEA.
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Eligibility -- Opening Doors, Expanding Opportunities Grants (Dec 08, 2016)
This page identifies the (a) An LEA with at least one SIG School or SIG-Eligible School; and
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Legislation -- Opening Doors, Expanding Opportunities Grants (Dec 08, 2016)
This page identifies the resource for LEA with at least one SIG School or SIG-Eligible School; each with at least one SIG School or SIG-Eligible School in each member LEA.
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Legislation -- Opening Doors, Expanding Opportunities Grants (Dec 08, 2016)
This page identifies the (a) An LEA with at least one SIG School or SIG-Eligible School; and (b) a consortium of LEAs, each with at least one SIG School or SIG-Eligible School in each member LEA.
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Alabama APR (pdf) (Nov 29, 2016)
The Preschool Development Grants competition supports States to (1) build or enhance a preschool program infrastructure that would enable the delivery of high-quality preschool services to children, and (2) expand high-quality preschool programs in targeted communities that would serve as models for expanding preschool to all 4-year-olds from low- and moderate-income families.
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