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School Conditions in Byers, CO

Posted by Infra on Tuesday, September 1st, 2009

“In an attempt to better understand the conditions of K-12 schools across Colorado, the Donnell-Kay Foundation, a Denver-based educational foundation, launched a wide-reaching assessment project…” (www.crumblingclassrooms.org)

Superintendent Tom Turrell of Byers school district in Colorado gives a tour of his district’s facilities and discusses the need improvement.

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One Response to “School Conditions in Byers, CO”

  1. Steve Anderson says:

    There must be tens of thousands of classrooms, laboratories and gyms, throughout the US and especially in urban centers, that are in desperate need of rehabilitation or replacement. If we demand better roads, don’t we also want to demand and budget for quality facilities for learning? I hope so.

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