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2327
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With over 20,000 new students entering the state's schools systems each year for the next decade, school personnel, local officials, and state legislators are challenged by two issues: the critical need for new school buildings and how to pay for them.
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F. Dail Dixon, William L. O'Brien, Jr., and Benjamin T. Rook have been accepted for membership as fellows in the American Institute of Architects for notable contributions to the profession.
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2328
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While designing school projects is lucrative for architects, they often must deal with layers of local bureaucracy in completing a project. Elimination of the Department of Public Instruction's Division of School Planning adds to the problem.
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North Carolina Architecture (NoCar NA 730 N8 N67x), Vol. 43 Issue 2, Spring 1995, p7-9, il