County Executive Eileen M. Rehrmann has said she'll appoint a commission to find alternatives to building 15 new public schools. The taskwould take about six years and cost $108 million, 35 percent of which would have to be funded by the county. The board of education backsthe building plan that members say is needed to accommodate 9,000 new students by 1996 -- a 29 percent rise in enrollment.
The HarfordCounty Sun wants to know what alternatives readers have to building 15 schools, and what suggestions would save the county money while ensuring manageable class sizes so teachers can give students proper attention.
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