Wednesday, June 1, 2011

Catabolic Collapse 2

When it's completed this fall, Riverside's Hillcrest High School will be a high-tech academic hub with wireless Internet, a robotics lab, digital smart boards in every classroom and a first-rate performance hall worthy of any "Glee" hopeful.

But no students.

Sapped by state budget cuts, the Alvord Unified School District doesn't have the money to turn on the lights or hire staff for the $105-million campus.

http://www.latimes.com/news/local/la-me-empty-school-20110531,0,1584339.story

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