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Review and Evaluation

Thank you to all of those who submitted by the Final Submission deadline of February 15th at 11:30pm PST! We are excited to review each of your proposals as we move into the evaluation process.

After the Final Submission Deadline, GCI, OpenIDEO, and a panel of Evaluators representing expertise in the early childhood field will evaluate submissions using the Prize Evaluation Criteria. After 6 weeks of evaluation, winners will be informed. At the end of May 2018, we will announce the Top Ideas - a set of solutions that represent most promising innovations in each innovator tier and opportunity area. Top Ideas will receive a funding award. In addition, a set of Promising Ideas will also receive recognition. 


During this phase, all ideas will be locked for review. Community members may still comment, share feedback and engage with idea proposals.

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We are a peer-based parenting group that works to enrich the lives of parents and families by creating the network they so desperately need.

We are a peer-based parenting group that works to enrich the lives of parents and families by creating the network they so desperately need.

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Care gigging will transform how systems partner with parents to deliver care to young children and ameliorate wealth inequality in the US.

Care gigging will transform how systems partner with parents to deliver care to young children and ameliorate wealth inequality in the US.

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An online coaching and early educational product rental subscription service for home-based child care providers.

An online coaching and early educational product rental subscription service for home-based child care providers.

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Read by 4th is Philadelphia’s citywide campaign to maximize opportunity for its children by focusing on 3rd graders reading at grade level.

Read by 4th is Philadelphia’s citywide campaign to maximize opportunity for its children by focusing on 3rd graders reading at grade level.

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