School officials see recallable nickel as a means to meet ADA, KDE requirements
By Stephen Lega
Tuesday, October 7, 2008 at 8:00 pm
Space isn't just the final frontier. It's also what educators throughout Marion County want more of.
More classroom space is needed for universal preschool to even become a possibility. More space is needed to relieve overcrowding at schools and to reduce the number of students bused from one school to another school across the county.
And more space is needed so that cafeterias and gymnasiums are no longer the same room.
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