Reopening of D.C. high school will be a milestone for facility improvements

May 12, 2008
School system is striving to upgrade aging campuses

The reopening this fall of Phelps High School in Washington, D.C., will mark two important milestones: the launch of a long-awaited plan to bring aging city schools into the 21st century and the retooling of vocational education. The $63.8 million futuristic facility is a striking contrast to the decaying public school buildings across the city, many of which lack such basics as air conditioning and proper wiring to surf the Internet.

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