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Review of the Illinois Facility Fund’s Analysis of School Location and Performance in Washington, D.C.
Published: 2012
Abstract: Michael Siegel, Public and Environmental Finance Associates in association with Mary Filardo, 21st Century School Fund completed a review of the Illinois Facility Fund's analysis. There is no question that the District needs quality schools for every child, in every neighborhood. Unfortunately, IFF's study is not a guide that will help us reach these ends because its findings and recommendations are fundamentally flawed.
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Developing Great Schoolyards — A Handbook for Elementary Schools
Published: 2011
Abstract: Quality schoolyards are important places for elementary schools because outdoor activities are critical for child growth, health, education, enjoyment as well as for community use and as green open space in neighborhoods. The 21st Century School Fund created “Developing Great Schoolyards” by surveying D.C. public elementary schoolyards in the spring and summer of 2010. The review identified key elements of healthy, safe and educationally rich schoolyards.
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PK-12 Public Educational Facilities Master Plan Evaluation Guide
Published: 2011
Abstract: Proper planning of school facilities is critical for all school districts no matter how large or small. When school districts properly plan for their school facilities they have better schools, more public use and higher value for public spending. This evaluation guide was designed for superintendents and school boards that are called on to sign off on plans presented by facility professionals and consultants, but who generally do not have experience with educational facility planning. It can also be used by community members to advocate for high quality educational facility planning.
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Fix America’s Schools Today (FAST!)
Published: 2011
Abstract: FAST! is a new proposal by Mary Filardo of the 21st Century School Fund, Jared Bernstein of the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities and Ross Eisenbrey of the Economic Policy Institute to fund the maintenance and repair of public schools in the United States, paid for by eliminating $46 billion in fossil fuel preferences. Implementing FAST! will reduce costs, improve student and teacher conditions and employ hundreds of thousands of workers.
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Facilities: Fairness & Effects — Evidence and Recommendations Concerning the Impact of School Facilities on Civil Rights and Student Achievement
Published: 2011
Abstract: Gracye Cheng and Steve English of the Advancement Project and Mary Filardo of the 21st Century School Fund submitted a report to the U.S. Department of Education Excellence & Equity Commission on school facilities impact on educational equity. The report reviews court cases and studies and provides recommendations for the Commission.
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Analysis of a Proposed Co-location at I.S. 303 in Brooklyn, New York
Published: 2011
Abstract: The 21st Century School Fund analyzed a co-location proposal of the NYC Public Schools on classroom utilization and capacity between Coney Island Prep Charter School and three public schools at the request of the Advocates for Justice, a public interest law firm in New York City. The school building, located in the Coney Island area of Brooklyn, currently serves three schools, I.S. 303 (a middle school), Rachel Carson High School for Coastal Studies and P771K (an inclusion program).
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Fact Sheet on PK-12 Public School Facility Infrastructure
Published: 2011
Abstract: The 21st Century School Fund, along with its Building Educational Success Together (BEST) partners, have worked to answer questions about the condition and support of public K-12 school facilities so school districts increase their capacity to provide high quality buildings and grounds for all children and teachers. The fact sheet answers questions such as:
  • What’s the scale of our nation's elementary and secondary public school buildings and grounds?
  • What condition are our public schools in?
  • What difference does facility condition make?
  • How much does our K-12 infrastructure cost?
  • Where does funding for K-12 infrastructure come from?

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Federal Spending on PK-12 School Facilities
Published: 2010
Abstract: The 21st Century School Fund has sought to identify all of the federal programs that can be used for PK-12 school facilities modernization and construction. The report analyzes federal spending for PK-12 school facilities through dedicated and allowable federal grants and dedicated and allowable federal tax credits and loans. "For every one thousand dollars that states and local school districts spend on public school buildings improvements paid for through capital outlay, the federal government contributes about 86 cents."
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State Capital Spending on PK-12 School Facilities
Published: 2010
Abstract: The 21st Century School Fund examined each U.S. State's capital outlay from 2005-2008 for elementary and secondary public education facility construction and modernization. 21CSF also surveyed and conducted telephone interviews with every U.S. State on the role that the state plays in school facility capital project planning and management. "It is clear from this study that only about half of all states have a partnership with local districts to share in the responsibility for providing adequate school facilities."
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Joint Use Cost Calculator for School Facilities
Published: 2010
Abstract: One of the obstacles to intensive joint use of public school buildings and grounds is the school district's facility operation and maintenance costs. Yet most school districts have not calculated the real cost of ownership of their facilities. This joint use cost calculator , developed by the 21st Century School Fund and Center for Cities and Schools, enables a school district to: 1) Determine the true "cost of ownership" of all its facilities and grounds; and 2) Develop a fee structure for community use, based on the real cost of ownership. The calculator fully identifies the elements of school district facility costs, calculates a per square foot cost of ownership and proposes various scenarios for cost recovery, so school districts can knowingly subsidize broader community use, or secure the other public or private funds needed to support intensive community use. The calculator was piloted in the San Francisco Unified School District to assist with decision-making about maximizing the use of public educational assets for school and community benefit. It is in BETA form and we are actively soliciting feedback for improvement. (Download Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet)
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Analysis of the Utilization of PS-15 School Building in Brooklyn, New York
Published: 2010
Abstract: Abstract: The 21st Century School Fund conducted an analysis of the utilization of PS-15 elementary school building in the Red Hook neighborhood in Brooklyn, NY at the request of Campaign for Fiscal Equity. Visiting the school and reviewing plans and documents, 21CSF recommended that the Department of Education (DOE) reconsider its decision to increase the charter school partner, PAVE over the course of two years.
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Joint Use of Public Schools: A Framework for a New Social Contract
Published: 2010
Abstract: In this paper, we provide a conceptual frame for the joint use of PK-12 public school buildings. There is a growing conversation about and demand for joint use as a way to provide services to children and families in convenient locations, improving opportunities for physical activity by increasing use of school recreational and outdoor spaces, leverage capital investments, and more. However, engaging in joint use, particularly intensive sharing of space or use by multiple parties, presents ongoing challenges to school and community leaders. This paper attempts to frame the basic challenges and opportunities for joint use to facilitate better conversations and planning for these types of collaborations.
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FIRST DRAFT -- Planning Specifications: Educational and Community Program Description and Space Needs, Bruce Monroe Elementary School (Appendix)
Published: 2010
Abstract: This is the Summary of Spaces Appendix, which is appended to the report "Planning Specifications: Educational and Community Program Description and Space Needs, Bruce Monroe Elementary School" (November 2009), which was submitted for review to the school and community of Bruce-Monroe at Park View Elementary School and the District of Columbia Public Schools. This appendix lists each specific program area with a square-foot allotment and provides an estimated working total of the area required.
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Through Your Lens: Student and Teacher Views of School Facilities Across America
Published: 2010
Abstract: The Through Your Lens book brings together the vivid photos and poignant stories of students and teachers across America with context from statistics, maps and background. It illustrates current school conditions, how our system reached this point, and what is possible for all students and teachers. Perhaps most important, it answers the question, "How can we change this?" This book was developed from the joint efforts of the 21st Century School Fund, Critical Exposure and Healthy Schools Campaign. You can view the book online or purchase a printed copy at www.ThroughYourLens.org.
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Is Federal Stimulus Funding on PK-12 Public School Facilities Reducing Disparity between School Districts?
Published: 2010
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The 21st Century School Fund, through its Building Educational Success Together (BEST) collaborative, is tracking the effect of federal stimulus funding on the condition of PK-12 public school facilities and whether or not the distribution of ARRA funding related to public school facilities is helping reduce the disparity of capital expenditures among and between school districts. This brief report highlights initial findings related to the following questions:

  • How much disparity exists in school facility spending by state and locality?
  • How were school facilities addressed in the American Recovery & Reinvestment Act?
  • What has happened to our nation's school facilities as a result of ARRA provisions?
  • Which schools and which students benefited from ARRA expenditures?

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Research on the Impact of School Facilities on Students and Teachers: A Summary of Studies Published Since 2000
Published: 2009
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There has been a slow but steady increase of research on the impact of public school facilities on educational achievement and community outcomes and of the rigor of the research. This summary of studies is part of a larger literature review conducted by the 21st Century School Fund with funding from the Charitable Trust of the Council on Educational Facility Planners International.

Recent research continues to point to a small but steadily positive relationship between the quality of a public school facility and a range of academic and community outcomes.

This study reviews the literature on:

  • Facilities & academic outcomes
  • School building systems
  • School facility condition and community factors

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FIRST DRAFT -- Planning Specifications: Educational and Community Program Description and Space Needs, Bruce Monroe Elementary School
Published: 2009
Abstract: This is a first draft for review by the school and community of Bruce-Monroe at Park View Elementary School and the District of Columbia Public Schools. It describes the extensive and complex programs, services and operations of the school and is primarily intended to be used by a developer and architect to formulate a site plan -- and eventually a new school design - - for sharing the former school site with residential, commercial or retail development along Georgia Avenue. The Summary of Spaces Appendix is also a first draft. It lists each specific program area with a square-foot allotment and provides an estimated working total of the area required.
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Repair for Success: An Analysis of the Need and Possibilities for a Federal Investment in PK-12 School Maintenance and Repair
Published: 2009
Abstract: This report describes how a new national commitment to address the deferred maintenance and renewal of our nation’s PK-12 public school buildings will improve our education system, the economy and the environment. A $27 billion federal investment, just 10% of the minimum estimated total need, would take us a major step closer to ensuring that the nearly 55 million staff and students who attend school daily are in healthy, safe and educationally appropriate environments. This investment will also quickly create between 160,000 and 235,000 jobs that will protect our environment and sustain the public infrastructure investments made by earlier generations.

This analysis was utilized by the Economic Policy Institute in their “American Jobs Plan” study to address the U.S. jobs crisis.
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Analysis of the Impact of DCPS School Closings for SY2008-2009 Memo
Published: 2009
Abstract: This memo examines the enrollment patterns resulting from the DCPS 2008-2009 school closings. Although it focuses on the impact of the closings on student enrollment, it also lays out key questions for the school system to consider as it evaluates the impact of the closings on educational program quality and on budget pressures.
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Quality Schools and Healthy Neighborhoods
Published: 2008
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
Abstract: The Office of the State Superintendent of Education commissioned this study in late 2006, with original impetus from a federal directive for the city to study how quality public school options can retain and attract families to live in the District of Columbia. Three DC-based organizations -- 21st Century School Fund, the Brookings Institution, and the Urban Institute -- collaborated to conduct the research, bringing their distinct perspectives and expertise on education, housing, and neighborhood development in the District. This policy report draws on extensive quantitative analysis of student, school, and neighborhood-level data, focus groups with parents and high school dropouts, and meetings with city stakeholders and of officials in both the education and housing sectors. A two volume companion study, with analysis, data tables, and detailed appendices on school supply, student enrollment patterns, and neighborhood characteristics, is being released concurrently with the policy report.

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Good Buildings, Better Schools: An economic stimulus opportunity with long-term benefits
Published: 2008
Abstract: 21CSF wrote a report for the Economic Policy Institute addressing how federal spending on public school infrastructure can provide a short-term economic stimulus and build the foundation for long-term economic grow. Investment in public school buildings pays three times: once for skilled jobs, a second time in the healthy, safe, and educationally appropriate environment a quality school building creates for students and teachers, and finally in the benefits that quality education will reap for generations to come.
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Report on Facilities Readiness for School Year 2007-2008; DC Voice Ready Schools Project
Published: 2008
Publisher: DC Voice and 21st Century School Fund
Abstract: In conjunction with the 21st Century School Fund, DC Voice presents its school facilities special report of the Ready Schools Project. The facilities report analyzes DCPS principals' assessments of the 2007 summer repair program, what was done and how it was managed.
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Every Day Every School a Great Place to Be: Understanding the School-Community Relationship
Published: 2007
Abstract: On March 30th, 2007, Mary Filardo, Executive Director of 21st Century School Fund, presented Every Day Every School a Great Place to Be: Understanding the School-Community Relationship at the Conference on Child Friendly Cities in Memphis, Tennessee. Organized by the Mid-South Planning & Zoning Institute, Mary's presentation focused on public school construction spending from 1995-2004, housing and schools in urban enrollment decline, and projects that improve the lives of children, families and communities.
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Alfred Kiger Savoy Elementary School Modernization and Co-Location Project
Subtitle: Project Update
Published: 2006
Abstract: Update of the Alfred Kiger Savoy Elementary School Modernization and Co-Location Project.
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Growth and Disparity
Subtitle: A Decade of US Public School Construction
Published: 2006
Publisher: BEST (Building Educational Success Together)
Abstract: Now, for the first time ever, this report provides a comprehensive analysis of who has benefited from school construction spending across the nation. In this report, the Building Educational Success Together (BEST) research team looks at how much was spent, what was accomplished, and which students and communities saw benefits. The analysis looks at the decade from 1995, when the GAO report was first released, to 2004, the most current information available. Statement from Senator Barack Obama about the Growth and Disparity Report
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Model Policies in Support of High Performance School Buildings for All Children
Published: 2006
Abstract: The purpose of this paper is to provide policy guidance and recommendations to elected and appointed officials and administrators at the State, local, and school district level to improve facilities management in order to support and enhance the delivery of educational programs and services for students and teachers. There are examples of good policy in many states, but no state has a coherent set of policies designed to intentionally support the planning, design, construction, utilization, and management of high performance public school buildings -- so they are the educational and neighborhood assets that they need to be, as well as environmentally and fiscally responsible.
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A Public Private Partnership to Reopen Public Schools in New Orleans: The Edward Hynes Elementary School as a Model
Published: 2006
Abstract: The rebuilding of schools so they support high quality education is difficult in normal district circumstances. This proposal addresses challenges associated with the reopening of public schools in New Orleans. It recommends a public/private partnership to plan, design, construct, manage and finance the redevelopment of high quality public schools. To illustrate how a public/private partnership can work, we have applied the model to the reopening of the Edward Hynes Elementary School located in the Lakeview neighborhood in New Orleans.
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Program Coordination and Facilities Planning Best Practices Project
Published: 2005
Abstract: In January 2004, the District of Columbia contracted with the Brookings Greater Washington Research Program to conduct a three-part study of the city's master facility planning and capital budget process. Brookings subcontracted with the 21st Century School Fund to assist in the study. All three tasks were released to the public on April 8, 2005.
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Capital Program Coordination
Published: 2005
Abstract: In January 2004, the District of Columbia contracted with the Brookings Greater Washington Research Program to conduct a three-part study of the city's master facility planning and capital budget process. Brookings subcontracted with the 21st Century School Fund to assist in the study. All three tasks were released to the public on April 8, 2005.
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DC Public School and Public Charter School Budgeting
Published: 2005
Abstract: In January 2004, the District of Columbia contracted with the Brookings Greater Washington Research Program to conduct a three-part study of the city's master facility planning and capital budget process. Brookings subcontracted with the 21st Century School Fund to assist in the study. All three tasks were released to the public on April 8, 2005.
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School-Based Health Care and the District of Columbia Safety Net
Published: 2004
Abstract: This report provides the results of 21st Century School Fund research into the variety of health care services currently offered in the public schools in the District of Columbia, with a particular focus on school-based health centers. Also provided are the results of research into the practice of utilizing school-based health centers nationally in the U.S. The purpose of this research is to explore possible collaborations between school-based health services and primary care clinics in order to strengthen the primary care safety net for low-income District residents. The report was prepared in support of the Medical Homes DC project, under contract to the DC Primary Care Association.
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Thurgood Marshall Academy Public Charter School: Development Plan
Published: 2004
Abstract: A plan for the renovation of and improvements to the Nichols Ave. School building and site, for the future home of Thurgood Marshall Academy PCS. This "how-to" manual is designed for individuals interested in modernizing or building new public school facilities in their neighborhoods. Modeled after an innovative public-private development partnership, this tool details the importance of school facilities and community involvement, then explains the five basic steps to planning a new school or renovating an existing building:assessment, envisioning, planning, development and implementation. Addendum to report: Pictures of the Thurgood Marshall Academy renovation and expansion.
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Thurgood Marshall Academy Charter School
Subtitle: New Concept Plan
Published: 2004
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
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The Educational Adequacy of New Jersey Public Schools
Published: 2004
Abstract: Results from a Survey of Principals
Based on a survey of principals this study finds significant problems in the quality and adequacy of school facilities in New Jersey. The study also finds that principals may lack the resources to manage their school buildings. These problems are more severe in the poorest districts of the state.
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The Effects of School Facility Quality on Teacher Retention in Urban School Districts
Published: 2004
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
Abstract: The attrition of both new and experienced teachers is a great challenge for schools and school administrators throughout the United States, particularly in large urban districts. Because of the importance of this issue, there is a large empirical literature that investigates why teachers quit and how they might be better induced to stay. Here we build upon thisliterature by suggesting another important factor: the quality of school facilities. We investigate the importance of facility quality using data from a survey of K-12 teachers in Washington, D.C. We find in our sample that facility quality is an important predictor of the decision of teachers to leave their current position.
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Schools as Centers of Community: A Citizen’s Guide for Planning and Design
Published: 2003
Abstract: This report outlines a process intended to engage all educational stakeholders in planning schools that more adequately address the needs of the whole learning community. It explores six design principles for creating effective learning environments, provides 13 case studies that illustrate various aspects of the six design principles, and examines the facilities master planning process for getting started and organized, including developing and implementing a master plan. It provides references, sources for additional information, photographs and plans.
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District of Columbia Education Advocates Response to the Federal Imposition of School Vouchers in the District of Columbia
Published: 2003
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
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District Education Advocacy Community Rejects Vouchers as Option for Improving Public Schools
Published: 2003
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
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Vouchers in the District of Columbia
Subtitle: Analysis of private and parochial school capacity
Published: 2003
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
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For Generations To Come
Subtitle: A Leadership Guide to Renewing Public School Buildings
Published: 2002
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
Abstract: There are many reasons to work to improve the school buildings in your community. Perhaps the school building is unsafe, it is too large, the classrooms are crowded and the enrollment is growing, or art is taught from a cart and the wiring cannot support computers. Or there may be facilities problems at the district level, with some schools overcrowded while others have empty classrooms, or the district may be considering a change from neighborhood to magnet schools. This guide provides a framework for community involvement in the complex process of modernizing or building new public school buildings.
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Myth and Reality
Published: 2002
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
Abstract: In conjunction with the Senior High Alliance of Parents, Principals, and Educators, 21CSF surveyed available space at two District high schools and compared this data with official records of usable space. The study found that DCPS estimates of square footage were off by almost 20% and that the DCPS education specifications and design standards are too general and have not been adapted to modernization projects. The report suggests that each high school undergo a careful individualized space before planning begins.
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Public School Facilities and Teaching
Section Number: 1
Published: 2002
Publisher: BEST Initiative
Abstract: As part of the BEST initiative, 21CSF commissioned a survey of 1950 public school teachers in Chicago and Washington, DC to assess the effect of school facilities on teaching. This survey was used to identify what factors teachers believe are important to their ability to teach; assess the adequacy of school conditions and school design as experienced by teachers; examine the distribution of quality school facilities; and analyze the impact of facilities on learning outcomes.
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Replace or Modernize? The Future of the District of Columbia’s Endangered Old and Historic Public School
Published: 2001
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
Abstract: Addresses the community concern with the decision making process associated with the replacement or modernization of the District's public schools. It reviews past examples of the city’s treatment of historic schools, considers the various factors involved in historic school renovation decisions, provides a narrative history of the school system through 1945 and a profile of every operating DC public school built before 1945.
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Public School Capital Improvement Programs Basic Elements and Best Practices: Guidance for the District of Columbia
Published: 1999
Abstract: The Scientex Corporation and The 21st Century School Fund were commissioned by the World Bank to conduct a review of the management of public school construction, locally and nationally, and provide a framework for rational decision-making by the District. The purpose of this report is to present the findings of this review and to suggest implications for the District’s infrastructure.
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Do School Facilities Affect Academic Outcomes?
Section Number: 1
Publisher: National Clearinghouse for Educational Facilities
Abstract: In November 2002, the National Clearinghouse for Education Facilities published a review of current school facilities research commissioned by the 21st Century School Fund. This review concluded that spatial configurations, noise, temperature, daylight, and air quality have an affect on students’ and teachers’ ability to perform in the classroom. However, it pointed out the need for more empirical research and for standardized data so individual schools can make use of the existing body of research on best practices.
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Citizens Oversight of Public School Construction Programs
Subtitle: In search of promising practices
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
Abstract: Information on the advantages associated with having a Citizen Oversight Committee as well as lessons and promising practices on how to develop and establish a committee. We interviewed ten districts with citizen oversight committees in place to determine some promising practices that are most effective in fulfilling the responsibilities and achieving the potential advantages of an oversight committee.
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Linking School Working Conditions to Teacher Satisfaction and Success
Publisher: BEST Initiative
Abstract: Improving education performance ranks high on the national agenda Conspicuously absent has been an examination of how school conditions affect teaching and learning... This study documents how a large sample of teachers in Chicago and Washington, DC rate the working conditions in their schools and how they perceive these conditions affecting their job performance and teaching effectiveness. School facilities have a direct affect on teaching and learning. Poor school conditions make it more difficult for teachers to deliver an adequate education to their students, adversely affect teachers' health, and increase the likelihood that teachers will leave their school and the teaching profession. Our nation's school facilities are a critical part of the educational process. Their condition and upkeep must be addressed in the ongoing discourse about student achievement, teacher effectiveness, and accountability.
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Modernization of HD Cooke, The
Subtitle: Questions, Concerns, and Recommendations
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
Abstract: A series of questions and answers looking at the biggest problems with the current design of HD Cooke Elementary School, making recommendations on how to improve the plans and best make use of the space. With an in-depth analysis of the schematic plans and education specifications, the paper examines issues ranging from student enrollment projections, parking, and environmental concerns. It will serve as a model for other communities to evaluate designs being prepared for their local schools and as a blueprint for action for the HD Cooke community.
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Building Outside the Box
Section Number: 1
Publisher: 21st Century School Fund
Abstract: The process behind the public-private partnership that created the new Oyster Bilingual Elementary School in Washington, DC. The brochure follows the nine-year journey that began in 1992 through the ribbon cutting ceremony for the new Oyster in 2001. Oyster was the first new school built in the city in over 20 years and it serves as a model of community involvement in school planning and creative financing for school construction.
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Testimony

Testimony at the FY2011 Oversight Hearing of OPEFM
Published: 2011
Testimony Date: 2 March 2011
Speaker: Mary Filardo and Nancy Huvendick
Speaker Title: Executive Staff of the 21st Century School Fund
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Abstract: On March 2, 2011 Executive Director, Mary Filardo and D.C. Program Director, Nancy Huvendick testified before D.C. Council Committee of the Whole's oversight hearing of the Office of Public Education Facilities Modernization (OPEFM). They identified inequity in capital funding and stressed the need for better oversight and accountability at OPEFM due to examples of overspending and waste at OPEFM. They also encouraged the Council to continue to support future projects, but to increase oversight by utilizing one half of one percent of the capital funds to ensure accountability and efficiency in the management of projects.
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Testimony on the FY2008 District of Columbia Education Budget
Published: 2008
Testimony Date: April 5, 2007
Speaker: Mary Filardo
Speaker Title: Executive Director
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Public Hearing on the DCPS 2009 Operating Budget
Published: 2008
Testimony Date: November 15, 2007
Speaker: Nancy Huvendick
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Committee on Government Operations Public Roundtable November 3, 2006 Bill 16-948: "Office of Property Management Facilities Maintenance Amendment Act of 2006"
Published: 2006
Testimony Date: 3 November 2006
Speaker: Nancy Huvendick
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Board of Education Hearing on Closings and Consolidations, May 17, 2006, Testimony of Nancy Huvendick
Published: 2006
Testimony Date: 17 May 2006
Speaker: Nancy Huvendick
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DC Board of Education Hearing on the Master Education Plan, April 4, 2006, Testimony of Nancy Huvendick
Published: 2006
Testimony Date: 4 April 2006
Speaker: Nancy Huvendick
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DC Board of Education Vote on Closing Procedures Hearing, April 26, 2006, Testimony of Nancy Huvendick
Published: 2006
Testimony Date: 26 April 2006
Speaker: Nancy Huvendick
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DC Board of Education Forum on Criteria for Closing and Consolidation, April 18, 2006, Testimony of Nancy Huvendick
Published: 2006
Testimony Date: 18 April 2006
Speaker: Nancy Huvendick
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DC City Council Hearing on Modernization Bill, July 7, 2005, Testimony of Mary Filardo
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DC City Council Hearing on Modernization Bill, July 7, 2005, Testimony of Nancy Huvendick
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DC City Council Hearing on Modernization Bill, July 7, 2005, Testimony of Jordan Spooner
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DC Board of Education Co-Location Hearing, June 29, 2005, Submitted by Nancy Huvendick
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DC City Council Hearing on Modernization Bill, July 7, 2005, Testimony of James R. Lyons, Executive Director, Casey Trees Endowment Fund
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Council Hearing on the DCPS FY05 Operating Budget, April 19, 2004, Mary Filardo, Executive Director, 21st Century School Fund
Published: 2005
Testimony Date: 19 April 2005
Speaker: Mary Filardo
Speaker Title: Executive Director, 21st Century School Fund
Testimony Venue: City Council
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Testimony for the DC Council, April 19, 2004, Public Hearing on DCPS FY05 Budget, Submitted by Jordan Spooner, Deputy Director, 21st Century School Fund
Published: 2005
Testimony Date: 19 April 2005
Speaker: Jordan Spooner
Speaker Title: Director for District of Columbia Programs
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DC Board of Education: Hearing on FY06-11 Capital Budget, February 2
Published: 2005
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Abstract: The Board of Education held a public hearing on the proposed FY 06-11 Capital Budget for the District of Columbia Public Schools on Wednesday, February 2, 2005 at 6:30pm at the DC Board of Education. Many education community members testified, including 21CSF’s Jordan Spooner. A copy of the proposed budget is available at www.k12.dc.us.
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Executive Office of the Mayor: Hearing on FY06 Education Budget, February 15: Mary Filardo's Testimony
Published: 2005
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Abstract: The Executive Office of the Mayor held a public hearing on the proposed FY 2006 Education Budget on Tuesday, February 15, 2005 at 4:00 p.m. Many community stakeholders turned out to share their thoughts on the Education Budget with the Mayor, including 21CSF’s Mary Filardo, Jordan Spooner and Nancy Huvendick. These comments will be considered in the crafting of the Mayor's final education budget for District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) and public charter schools.
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Executive Office of the Mayor: Hearing on FY06 Education Budget, February 15: Nancy Huvendick's Testimony
Published: 2005
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Abstract: The Executive Office of the Mayor held a public hearing on the proposed FY 2006 Education Budget on Tuesday, February 15, 2005 at 4:00 p.m. Many community stakeholders turned out to share their thoughts on the Education Budget with the Mayor, including 21CSF’s Mary Filardo, Jordan Spooner and Nancy Huvendick. These comments will be considered in the crafting of the Mayor's final education budget for District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) and public charter schools.
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Executive Office of the Mayor: Hearing on FY06 Education Budget, February 15: Jordan Spooner's Testimony
Published: 2005
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Abstract: The Executive Office of the Mayor held a public hearing on the proposed FY 2006 Education Budget on Tuesday, February 15, 2005 at 4:00 p.m. Many community stakeholders turned out to share their thoughts on the Education Budget with the Mayor, including 21CSF’s Mary Filardo, Jordan Spooner and Nancy Huvendick. These comments will be considered in the crafting of the Mayor's final education budget for District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) and public charter schools.
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Testimony of Nancy Huvendick Board of Education Hearing 06-11 Capital Improvement Program Thursday, November 4, 2004
Published: 2004
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DC Board of Education: Hearing on FY06-11 Capital Budget, October 25 -- Jordan Spooner's Testimony
Published: 2004
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Abstract: 21CSF testified on Monday, October 25, at a Board of Education public hearing on the proposed DCPS FY06-FY11 Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The DCPS proposal was unfortunately not made available until the hearing, at which time the Facilities Office presented it. However, 21CSF had prepared testimony on our suggested revisions to the CIP and ways for the school system to more effectively manage its property and real estate. Much of our testimony (available below) was a re-submittal of testimony given at the September 9 DCPS FY05 capital budget reallocation hearing. Other testimony on October 25 focused on asking for more attention and funding to be put towards addressing immediate and critical facilities needs.
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DC Board of Education: Hearing on FY06-11 Capital Budget, October 25 -- Nancy Huvendick's Testimony
Published: 2004
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Abstract: 21CSF testified on Monday, October 25, at a Board of Education public hearing on the proposed DCPS FY06-FY11 Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The DCPS proposal was unfortunately not made available until the hearing, at which time the Facilities Office presented it. However, 21CSF had prepared testimony on our suggested revisions to the CIP and ways for the school system to more effectively manage its property and real estate. Much of our testimony (available below) was a re-submittal of testimony given at the September 9 DCPS FY05 capital budget reallocation hearing. Other testimony on October 25 focused on asking for more attention and funding to be put towards addressing immediate and critical facilities needs.
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Testimony by Mary Filardo on the DCPS FY05 Budget
Published: 2004
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Speaker: Mary Filardo
Speaker Title: Executive Director, 21st Century School Fund
Testimony Venue: City Council
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Testimony by Jordan Spooner on the DCPS FY05 Budget
Published: 2004
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Speaker: Jordan Spooner
Speaker Title: Director for District of Columbia Programs
Testimony Venue: City Council
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Testimony, Board of Education Hearing on the '04 Budget Cuts, October 8, 2003, Mary Filardo, 21CSF, Executive Director
Published: 2003
Testimony Date: 8 October 2003
Speaker: Mary Filardo
Speaker Title: Executive Director, 21st Century School Fund
Testimony Venue: Testimony, Board of Education Hearing on the '04 Budget Cuts
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Testimony by Jordan Spooner (21st Century School Fund) on the FY04 DCPS Operating Budget (7/14/03)
Published: 2003
Testimony Date: 14 July 2003
Speaker: Jordan Spooner
Speaker Title: Director for District of Columbia Programs
Testimony Venue: FY04 DCPS Operating Budget
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Public Roundtable on The Ballpark Revenue Amendment Act of 2003, B15-270: District of Columbia Committee on Finance and Revenue, June 12, 2003: Testimony of Nancy Huvendick, DC Liaison, 21st Century School Fund
Published: 2003
Testimony Date: 12 June 2003
Speaker: Nancy Huvendick
Speaker Title: DC Liaison
Testimony Venue: Public Roundtable on The Ballpark Revenue Amendment Act of 2003, B15-270: District of Columbia Committee on Finance and Revenue
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Council Testimony, DCPS 2003 Oversight Hearing Mary Filardo, Executive Director, 21st Century School Fund
Published: 2003
Testimony Date: 6 March 2003
Speaker: Mary Filardo
Speaker Title: Executive Director, 21st Century School Fund
Testimony Venue: Council Testimony, DCPS 2003 Oversight Hearing
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Testimony for the DC Council Public Hearing on the DC FY 2003 Budget: Submitted by Jordan Spooner, Director for DC Programs, 21st Century School Fund
Published: 2003
Testimony Date: 6 March 2003
Speaker: Jordan Spooner
Speaker Title: Director for District of Columbia Programs
Testimony Venue: Testimony for the DC Council 3/6/03 Public Hearing on the DC FY 2003 Budget
Abstract:
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District of Columbia Council Committee on Education, Libraries and Recreation, Hearing on the Proposed DCPS Budget for '04, March 25, 2003: Statement of Nancy Huvendick
Published: 2003
Testimony Date: 25 March 2003
Speaker: Nancy Huvendick
Speaker Title: DC Liaison
Testimony Venue: District of Columbia Council Committee on Education, Libraries and Recreation, Hearing on the Proposed DCPS Budget for '04
Abstract:
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Mayor's Education Hearing, February 13, 2003: Testimony of Mary Filardo, Executive Director, 21st Century School Fund
Published: 2003
Testimony Date: 13 February 2003
Speaker: Mary Filardo
Speaker Title: Executive Director, 21st Century School Fund
Testimony Venue: Mayor's Education Hearing
Abstract:
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Mayor's Hearing on the D.C. Public Schools FY04 Budget, February 13, 2003: Testimony of Jordan Spooner, Director for District of Columbia Programs, 21st Century School Fund
Published: 2003
Testimony Date: 13 February 2003
Speaker: Jordan Spooner
Speaker Title: Director for District of Columbia Programs
Testimony Venue: Mayor's Hearing on the D.C. Public Schools FY04 Budget
Abstract:
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Mayor's Hearing on the DCPS FY04 Budget, February 13, 2003: Testimony of Nancy Huvendick
Published: 2003
Testimony Date: 13 February 2003
Speaker: Nancy Huvendick
Speaker Title: DC Liaison
Testimony Venue: Mayor's Hearing on the DCPS FY04 Budget
Abstract:
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Mayor's Hearing on the FY 04 DCPS Budget, February 13, 2003: Testimony of Jeff Edmondson (21st Century School Fund)
Published: 2003
Testimony Date: 13 February 2003
Speaker: Jeff Edmondson
Speaker Title:
Testimony Venue: Mayor's Hearing on the FY 04 DCPS Budget
Abstract:
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Testimony by Jordan Spooner (21st Century School Fund) on the FY04 DCPS Operating Budget (12/9/02)
Published: 2002
Testimony Date: 9 December 2002
Speaker: Jordan Spooner
Speaker Title: Director for District of Columbia Programs
Testimony Venue: FY04 DCPS Operating Budget
Abstract:
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Testimony by Jeff Edmondson (21st Century School Fund) on the FY04 DCPS Operating Budget (12/9/02)
Published: 2002
Testimony Date: 9 December 2002
Speaker: Jeff Edmondson
Speaker Title:
Testimony Venue: FY04 DCPS Operating Budget
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Testimony for the DC Council 9/27/02 Public Hearing on the DC FY 2003 Budget: Submitted by Jordan Spooner, Director for DC Programs, 21st Century School Fund
Published: 2002
Testimony Date: 27 September 2002
Speaker: Jordan Spooner
Speaker Title: Director for District of Columbia Programs
Testimony Venue: Public Hearing on the DC FY 2003 Budget
Abstract:
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Testimony on Emergency & Proposed Rulemaking on Public-Private Partnerships at Stated Meeting of the Board of Education on July 17, 2002
Published: 2002
Testimony Date: 17 July 2002
Speaker: Jordan Spooner
Speaker Title: Director for District of Columbia Programs
Testimony Venue: Emergency & Proposed Rulemaking on Public-Private Partnerships at Stated Meeting of the Board of Education
Abstract:
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Testimony on FY2003 Capital Budget of DCPS Mary Filardo, Executive Director of the 21st Century School Fund April 19, 2002
Published: 2002
Testimony Date: 19 April 2002
Speaker: Mary Filardo
Speaker Title: Executive Director, 21st Century School Fund
Testimony Venue: Testimony on FY2003 Capital Budget of DCPS
Abstract:
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Council's Hearing on the District of Columbia Schools 2003 Budget April 19, 2002: Submitted by Jordan Spooner, Director for District of Columbia Programs 21st Century School Fund
Published: 2002
Testimony Date: 19 April 2002
Speaker: Jordan Spooner
Speaker Title: Director for District of Columbia Programs
Testimony Venue: Council's Hearing on the District of Columbia Schools 2003 Budget
Abstract:
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Mayor's Hearing on the District of Columbia Schools 2003 Budget, February 19, 2002: Nancy Huvendick
Published: 2002
Testimony Date: 19 February 2002
Speaker: Nancy Huvendick
Speaker Title: DC Liaison
Testimony Venue: Mayor's Hearing on the District of Columbia Schools
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