This Old School

This Old School

Establishing a framework for fixing facilities.

It’s no secret the public education infrastructure in the United States is plagued by a backlog of maintenance work that grows larger year after year in a relentless spiral as school leaders saddled with inadequate budgets put off needed work on facilities.

The amount of money needed to take care of the maintenance backlog is hard to pin down with clarity, but one thing is certain: The number is immense and is constantly growing as facilities age and deteriorate, and the needs

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