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Mary Filardo, Jeff Vincent, Ping Sung & Travis Stein. Washington, DC: Building Educational Success Together (BEST)
This study documented the growth in K-12 school construction and renovation spending across the country between 1995 and 2005. Our analysis finds disparities in spending by student incomes, neighborhood incomes, and race.
Jeffrey M. Vincent
In Journal of Planning Education and Research 25(4): 433-437, 2006
Our nation's public schools are important elements of public social and physical infrastructure. The quality of cities depends on the quality of schools.