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The Time is Now: The Case for Investing in our Nation’s Crumbling Public School Infrastructure

  • 2261 Rayburn House Office Building (map)

Join the [Re]Build America’s School Infrastructure Coalition (BASIC)
for a lunch briefing on:
The Time is Now:
The Case for Investing in our Nation’s
Crumbling Public School Infrastructure

FACTS & DATA: Learn about the state of school facilities in your district and  state.

SCALE: Learn about the scale of the failing school facilities; why local and state support can’t keep pace; and why timely federal support is critical. 

WAY FORWARD: Why closing the school infrastructure gap is a smart financial investment and is critical to our nation’s competitiveness, resiliency and economic growth.

Tuesday, April 16, 2019
12:30 - 1:30 p.m.
2261 Rayburn House Office Building

A boxed lunch will be provided at this event.
(please RSVP to SODonnell@21csf.org )

Panel Discussion and Q&A Session, featuring:

  • 21st Century School Fund

  • Secure Schools Alliance

  • Center for Green Schools @ USGBC

  • EdMarket Association

  • Philadelphia Teachers Union

  • International Union of Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers

  • National Association of Secondary School Principals

The [Re]Build America’s School Infrastructure Coalition (BASIC) includes non-partisan organizations and individuals who support federal funding to help underserved public school districts modernize their facilities. We believe that ALL children should attend healthy, safe, and educationally appropriate school facilities.

To view the profile of your state’s public school facilities and funding gap, click here.
To learn more about the state of our nation’s schools, click here.  

**This event is intended to comply with Standards Committee guidelines for a “widely attended event”.