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Story continues below "Many government schools, and some poorly resourced non-government schools, are suffering in terms of their facilities," the report says. "It is also clear that, on average, the facilities and infrastructure within some
Salt Lake Tribune Weekly Ad Specials First published 3 minutes ago Updated 3 minutes ago School districts would have to assess the earthquake safety of their older schools when they bond to build new ones if a bill that advanced Wednesday becomes law.
Kindergarten students Casey Martinez, left, and Michael Mayes enjoy exploring and experimenting in the science room at the Grand Valley Center for Family Learning in Parachute. They were using styrofoam blocks and golf tees to build their own designs.
Written by Filed Under The Lee County School District doesnt have any plans to build new schools next year, but a two-year state hiatus on new school buildings could impact the district in future years. Top Florida officials are recommending a two-
The Ministry of Municipal and Rural Affairs has issued directives with regard to various specifications and conditions for setting up private schools in the Kingdom. These specifications relate to building plans, sites of schools, safety regulations
The Republic azcentral.com Current and former students will celebrate Arizona's centennial and the Buckeye Union High School District's 90th anniversary on Saturday. Town and district officials are hosting an all-class reunion and "old-timers"
Jan 16, 2012 00:42 The plans of the Ministry of Education to move government schools from rented buildings to new government-built facilities has so far not been implemented, local daily Al-Madinah reported Saturday, after visiting a number of
Wales' school buildings programme set to be scaled back Spending on school buildings is being stretched over a longer time period, which means 50% less spent per year The Welsh government's biggest ever school building programme but scaled back on
The combination tax issue would raise $28 million locally. Combined with $29.8 million from the state's facility commission the total $57.8 million would fund the construction of the district's new K-12 school. The .75 income tax, which would not
Fairhaven voters will determine the fate of a proposed new elementary school this fall in two key votes to approve borrowing up to $9.66 million. The amount is Fairhaven's share of an approximately $24 million project that will combine Wood and