Money Changes Everything

Money Changes Everything

It determines whether schools can provide modern learning environments or must make due with aging and inadequate facilities.

Earlier this summer, the Orange County (Fla.) school district welcomed students to seven newly built schools—three new campuses and four existing campuses that were rebuilt. The construction pace is not unusual for a school system that has been steadily growing for years and needs to continue adding classroom space to house an enrollment of more than 200,000 students.

On the other side of the continent, students in the Salmon (Idaho) district returned to classes for 2016-17 in

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