Policy Report

Feng Shui Schools: Wake County’s Unenlightened School Building Program

posted on in Economic Growth & Development, Education (PreK-12)

The most critical challenge facing Wake County Public Schools is to find the most responsive, cost-efficient, and timely way to provide seats for a growing student population. In this regard, the school system’s proposed $1.056 billion school facilities spending plan falls short.

As Vice President of Research and Director of Education Studies, Terry oversees the research team’s writing and analysis across the spectrum of public policy issues. He also specializes in K-13 education. Before joining the Locke Foundation, he worked as the… ...

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