Building schools to suit how kids learn today

NATHAN BISHOP MIDDLE SCHOOL, now closed, exemplifies the rundown, antiquated condition of many of the city’s school buildings. /
NATHAN BISHOP MIDDLE SCHOOL, now closed, exemplifies the rundown, antiquated condition of many of the city’s school buildings. /
Superintendent Donnie Evans doesn’t mince words when he talks about the condition of the city’s school buildings. “Many of our facilities are depressing,” he says. Anyone who has spent time in the schools, especially the older ones – 23 of the 42 were built before 1940 – knows how dilapidated they are, and how ill-suited…

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