Hard Lessons: Causes and Consequences of Michigan's School Construction Boom.

Web Abstract: 
This provides a detailed review of how school construction decisions — whether to renovate existing buildings or build new, greenfield facilities — are made in Michigan and their effect on development patterns. The report aims to help school officials, community leaders, homeowners, and parents evaluate the full cost of new school construction or renovation. It recommends changes in state policy that, if implemented, will capture the economic and cultural benefits of renovating older schools or building new ones in town.
Author: 
McClelland, Mac; Schneider, Keith
Media Type: 
Text
Publication Date: 
12/31/2003
Page Numbers: 
20
Resource List Category: 
References to Books and Other Media