Public education is transforming faster than ever, and the needs and expectations evolve with each school year. School buildings must support the teaching and learning needs of today to best nurture the leaders of tomorrow. In Prince George’s County Public Schools, many children attend classes in aging facilities. Nearly half of all school buildings are more than 50 years old — the second-oldest school buildings in the state.
Alsobrooks & Goldson: In Prince George’s, the Wait Is Over. Six New Schools on the Way
July 1, 2021