Good Buildings, Better Schools: An economic stimulus opportunity.
Presents the scale of public school infrastructure in the U.S emphasizing the deteriorating conditions in the public schools' condition and design challenge. Discusses challenges that school districts face either increasing or declining enrollments that require them to either build new inventory or reduce inventory to meet their changing demographics. Argues for an immediate spending on public school maintenance and repair for the favour of the economy and at the same time for education quality and even health. Proposes strategies for investment in K-12 public school facilities.