Wednesday, October 22, 2014
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Revised Phila. School Closing Plan

Revised Phila. School Closing Plan

Here is a map showing the revised recommendations for closing Philadelphia school buildings. Eleven city schools once headed for closure, merger or relocation will be spared under the new plan.



Two schools that were not on the original closure list could now be shut in June: M.H. Stanton in North Philadelphia and Beeber Middle School in West Philadelphia.



In all, the plan calls for the closure of 29 school buildings across the city, or one in eight schools, affecting 14,000 students.



SOURCE: School District of Philadelphia


JOHN DUCHNESKIE / The Philadelphia Inquirer

Here is a map showing the revised recommendations for closing Philadelphia school buildings. Eleven city schools once headed for closure, merger or relocation will be spared under the new plan.

Two schools that were not on the original closure list could now be shut in June: M.H. Stanton in North Philadelphia and Beeber Middle School in West Philadelphia.

In all, the plan calls for the closure of 29 school buildings across the city, or one in eight schools, affecting 14,000 students.

SOURCE: School District of Philadelphia
JOHN DUCHNESKIE / The Philadelphia Inquirer
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View Revised School Building Closures in a full screen map