In the late 1990s, San Diego City Schools undertook the largest review of school facilities in the district's history. It revealed that our neighborhood schools were desperately in need of $4 billion of repairs, renovations and replacement. Roofs were leaking. Pipes were bursting. Classrooms lacked the necessary electrical outlets to operate today's technology, and schools lacked adequate science labs and libraries. Almost every school lacked sufficient classroom space. The photos below represent scenes typical at San Diego City Schools. (Click on each photo for an enlarged view.)
MM provides $1.51 billion toward the $4 billion of needed repairs and
It funds modernization of 161 existing schools and construction of 12
new and three rebuilt
schools to support student achievement.
Improving student achievement by supporting teaching and learning in the classroom.
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