AbbVie, based in North Chicago, Ill., is donating funds to the North Chicago district for construction of a new Neal Math and Science Academy.
The Lower Merion district voted last year to condemn the 10.6-acre tract to provide playground space for a planned middle school.
May 4 ballot question would provide funds to accommodate expected enrollment growth in the next decade.
$123 million housing complex will provide space for 1,270 students in three buildings on Durham campus.
First phase of plan calls for nine new buildings that will cost an estimated $1 billion.
District convinces state to allow construction even though the district still has available capacity at some of its high schools.
Rising construction costs and enrollment increases prompt district to spend funds on higher-priority projects