Rising costs, inflation take toll on how far $2B Guilford County Schools’ bond funds will go

Guilford County voters approved $2B in bonds for a school replacement project that official touted would touch on every school in the district in some way. Four years later, that's no longer a realistic outcome as supply chain issues and high inflation have made the initial round of schools more costly than expected. “We're definitely going to have to reassess. It is impacting us in the long term,” said Guilford County Schools' Gene Sides.

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