ERIC Number: ED457670
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1999
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Long-Range Facilities Master Plan, 1999-2013, for San Diego City Schools.
This document describes the steps taken by the San Diego City Schools to determine existing and future needs, to establish guidelines and standards for the future, and to develop an implementation plan to provide the district's students with the best facilities possible in order to optimize the learning environment. The plan reports that enrollment will increase by 13,400 students in the next five years. Overall costs of immediate facility improvements and new schools total $1.51 billion. Allocations for new school construction are $550 million; the remaining $950 million is dedicated to renovation work. Another $2.5 billion of needed additional renovation and new construction, unfunded at the present time, is also identified. The district has utilized a variety of funding sources, with the premier source being four successful voter-approved bonds in the last 25 years. Using the available funds, the district will implement the first phase of renovation and new construction within the next five to ten years. (GR)
Descriptors: Educational Facilities Improvement, Educational Facilities Planning, Educational Finance, Elementary Secondary Education, Guidelines, Master Plans
For full text: http://www.sdcs.k12.ca.us/comm/masterplan/.
Publication Type: Reports - Descriptive
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Sponsor: San Diego City Schools, CA.
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