Many new developments are required to set aside units for affordable housing, and to sometimes to contribute to transportation system improvements. It seems that providing more funds for public schools is at least as important an objective. In fact, better public schools, help to make living in San Francisco more affordable. Two problems are solved together.Where are the voices demanding that the Mayor and Board of Supervisors focus on school funding, and not only "affordable housing" and transit?
Friday, June 3, 2011
Hot topic: Why doesn't the city require developers to invest in San Francisco schools?
This from a reader: