This report examines public policy effects on historic neighborhood school expansion, renovation, and replacement needs. It addresses four basic questions:
Included are examples of how some communities are addressing these troublesome policies, including several school renovation successes. Concluding sections provide recommendations for policy reforms to buttress neighborhood conservation and smart growth efforts that can help to retain and improve good schools that have served established neighborhoods for generations.
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