First-grader Robert Olvera raises his hands during a math lesson in his classroom at Raymond Case Elementary School in Elk Grove in April 2013. The California Building Industry Association and Coalition for Adequate School Housing are part of a group trying to qualify a $9 billion bond for the November 2016 ballot.
First-grader Robert Olvera raises his hands during a math lesson in his classroom at Raymond Case Elementary School in Elk Grove in April 2013. The California Building Industry Association and Coalition for Adequate School Housing are part of a group trying to qualify a $9 billion bond for the November 2016 ballot. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
First-grader Robert Olvera raises his hands during a math lesson in his classroom at Raymond Case Elementary School in Elk Grove in April 2013. The California Building Industry Association and Coalition for Adequate School Housing are part of a group trying to qualify a $9 billion bond for the November 2016 ballot. Randy Pench rpench@sacbee.com
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California school builders, others to gather signatures for November 2016 bond measure

January 12, 2015 04:13 PM