Facilities: When You Run Out of Money

Ideas & Perspectives
Ideas & Perspectives

Volume Number
Volume 38 (2013)
Issue Number
16
Consider this case study drawn from a real example in 2012. A school has positive enrollment and is committed to expanding facilities that reflect the school’s commitment to project-based learning, inquiry, and differentiation. The school is committed to diversity reflected in an admission policy inviting application from a wide range of students with a mix of educational needs. Class sizes are between 20 and 30. The faculty is excellent and has been involved in the facilities planning process from the start. The Board is enthusiastic about the new construction project, as is the parent body. The capital campaign kicks off with apparent success. Before all the money is in the bank, the school begins the building process. Unfortunately, the campaign is not as successful as was anticipated.
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