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This presentation stemmed out of discussions with the Toronto District School Board to examine improved methods of making public schools catalysts for healthier urban environments
Public school boards have often acquired their land decades ago. Since then, land values have appreciated considerably. This calls into question the need for these public schools to hold onto their large lot sizes. Could they sell a portion of their land to gain extra funding, or, could they partner with community and other stakeholder interests to leverage their potential to be invaluable catalysts for urban growth and development.
There are many opportunities for the contemporary school board to consider. This slide presentation introduces some of those concepts in a visual format.