San Diego Unified received $530 million on April 30 after selling a portion of its $2.8 billion in general obligation bonds for Prop. Z, the bond measure approved by nearly 62 percent of the San Diego voters in November 2012. The bond funds will be used to continue repairing, renovating and revitalizing neighborhood schools. Bond projects include classroom technology, new/renovated facilities for College, Career and Technical Education, air conditioning, safety and security upgrades, turf fields, and other capital improvements at traditional and charter schools throughout the district. Read more.
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