A $2.1 billion bond to upgrade and rebuildSan Diego schools has been approved. The funds from Proposition S will revamp and modernize the district's 180 campuses. Many campuses in the San Diego district operate with outdated and, in some cases, dilapidated conditions. To read The San Diego Union-Tribune article, click here.

FROM OCTOBER 2008: Proposition S, the $2.1 billion bond measure to upgrade and rebuild San Diego schools, is on the Nov. 4 ballot. Proponents say the bond initiative is desperately needed to revamp and modernize the 180 campuses throughout the San Diego Unified School District.
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FROM JULY 2008: After weeks of disagreement over what its massive fix-it list should include, the San Diego school board has voted to put a $2.1 billion bond measure on the November ballot. Money generated by the bonds would repair and upgrade campuses throughout the San Diego Unified School District. With the economy in decline and the housing market in free fall, the bond could be a tough sell in a city where 80 percent of voters do not have children in public schools. The proposal needs a 55 percent majority for approval.
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EARLIER: The San Diego school board has postponed a vote on a $2.1 billion bond measure to upgrade and repair schools, saying the proposal needs fine-tuning and additional review. After discussing the issue for about three hours, trustees decided to continue their meeting later this week. The bonds would provide funds to bring new technology to schools and carry out renovations, such as air conditioning, kitchen upgrades and repairs to facilities.
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The San Diego Unified School District is preparing to place a $2.1 billion school construction bond on the November ballot. The bond would focus mostly on upgrades and repairs to the district's more than 200 schools.
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