Wednesday, November 04, 2015

Voters approve $1.6B bond plan for Dallas Independent School District

Dallas voters on Tuesday approved the Dallas Independent School District's $1.6 billion bond construction program, the largest bond issue in the district's history.

Included in the bond package are nine new or replacement schools, 326 new classrooms, technology upgrades, improved libraries, bigger cafeterias, science labs and more specialty schools, the Dallas Morning News reported.

Dallas ISD voters backed a $1.6 billion bond package.
Dallas ISD voters backed a $1.6 billion bond package.


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