San Diego district wins approval of $2.8 billion bond

Nov. 9, 2012
Money will pay for school renovations and technology improvements

From The North County Times: San Diego Unified School District’s $2.8 billion Proposition Z bond measure easily won approval from voters. The initiative took 60 percent of the vote, more than the 55 percent it needed to pass. The money will pay for school renovations and classroom computer upgrades.



From The San Diego Union-Tribune: The San Diego school district is asking voters to approve a $2.8 billion bond proposal in November. The revenue raised would pay for campus renovations and technology upgrades throughout the district. The bond initiative would generate money for every campus in the district — including charter schools.

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