Does Massachusetts have too many schools?

05/2/2011 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

A recent report has found that about 25% of Massachusetts school buildings are underused, raising questions over whether such schools should be closed or districts consolidated. The report found that some schools in the state were built too large for their student population and educational offerings. A change in school building rules in 2004 likely sparked a rush to build new schools or expand existing ones, the report found.

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