On April 3, 13,032 voters approved a bond referendum to finance $60 million of new construction, building improvements, air conditioning and technology for Columbia Public Schools. School district officials expect the money to help alleviate overcrowding. One-third of schools are overcrowded and nearly a fourth of students attend classes in trailers.
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