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A unique window of opportunity has opened for states and districts to finance school construction and renovation. Through the Qualified School Construction Bond (QSCB) program, created by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA), the federal government will provide tax credits, in lieu of interest paid by the state or district, to bondholders.

The six schools at the high school campus are arranged like fingers protruding from a hand.

The G. Weaver Hipps Elementary School's artful design maks the building's original identity as a big-box store.

With more than 9,000 employees and 63,000 students, the Mobile County, Alabama, public school district has extensive needs for communications, both internally and externally. Increasingly, administrators in the district turn to video as the best medium for sharing information among teachers, students and parents.

Since it opened in 2006, the Chicago Virtual charter School has become an educational lifeline for students who were not thriving in traditional schools.


Serving over 19,000 students in 30 schools, the Beaufort County School District is located in one of South Carolina’s fastest-growing counties.