Study criticizes maintenance management in San Diego

Feb. 26, 2007
District officials say the study is flawed.

About $131 million a year is spent on maintenance and operations in the San Diego school district, but a study contends that taxpayers aren't getting their money's worth. The study details numerous deficiencies, but its accuracy is being challenged by a district administrator.

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