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AM News: 10 High Schools Each Win $10M In Contest From Apple Founder's Widow

$100 Million Awarded in Contest to Rethink U.S. High Schools nytimes.com/2016/09/15/nyr…

$10 million to ‘reinvent’ high school at Oakland charter sfgate.com/education/arti…

Brooklyn Lab Charter School Receives $10 Million - WSJ ow.ly/uzcd100k0PK

Memphis high school doesn't win $10 million XQ prize, but backers still want to 'rethink high school' - Chalkbeat TN news.google.com/news/url?sa=t&…

$100 million from Laurene Powell Jobs will remake schools for high tech age ow.ly/1IwW100k0Qy

Brooklyn Charter Wins Contest to Rethink American High Schools wnyc.org/story/brooklyn…

D.C. charter school wins $10 million prize to redesign high school washingtonpost.com/local/educatio…

Louisiana high school on a barge wins $10 million prize nola.com/education/inde…

Three California schools awarded $10 million each to ‘reimagine high school’ edsource.org/2016/three-cal…

LA educators get $10 million to reinvent school for homeless kids scpr.org/news/2016/09/1…
 
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Note that the Oakland charter that got $10 million doesn't exist yet. It's only a hypothetical Oakland charter with hypothetical miracle success.

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