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for North Carolina Architecture Vol. 43 Issue 2, Spring 1995
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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.
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.
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.