Bond Center: December 2016

In most states, bond elections are the primary way that school districts can acquire funds to build new facilities and renovate existing space. As school buildings age and educational needs evolve, public schools must continually address the need for adequate classroom space and other capital improvements.

Every year, thousands of districts put requests on the ballot, and voters decide the fate of billions of dollars in proposals that to upgrade school buildings and equipment.

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