New Jersey approves 137 school repair projects

Aug. 13, 2008
State's schools development authority will spend $60 million on upgrades

TheNew Jersey Schools Development Authority (SDA) and Department of Education have allocated funds for 137 repair projects at 114 schools. The state will spend about $60 million from a reserve created in April 2007 to pay for projects at schools with pressing health, safety and other problems. State and school district officials initially conducted on-site visits and examined 400 potential health and safety problems that the districts had submitted for review. To read The Philadelphia Inquirer article, click here.

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