Deferred School Maintenance Creates National Crisis.

Web Abstract: 
This article reports that at least 30% of the country's schools require extensive repairs and another 40% need replacement of at least major components. Adequate maintenance programs could have avoided the estimated expenditure of nearly $2 million per school that will be needed to bring these schools up to good condition. Elements of a school district's quality maintenance program are listed.
Author: 
Geiger, Philip E.
Journal: 
School Business Affairs
Media Type: 
Text
Publication Date: 
12/31/2001
Page Numbers: 
p43
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