Restoring School Buildings

Rosales, John
March 2012
NEA Today;Spring2012, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p34
The article discusses the Fix America's Schools Today (FAST) Act (S. 1597), which, if passes by the U.S. Congress, would use 30 billion dollars to restore and modernize outdated elementary and secondary school buildings. The article gives examples of schools that need the funding, such as Polson High School in Montana, which has a leaky roof, Welch Elementary School in Wyoming, Delaware, which had a burst pipe, and Camden Fairview Intermediate School in Arkansas, which leaks.


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