San Diego Unified’s $3.2 Billion Measure U Explained

A bond being placed on November’s ballot by San Diego Unified School District would allow them to borrow $3.2B to fund various projects across its 200 educational facilities. This would be the fifth school bond measure passed by voters in less than 25 years and would total a combined $13B raised, if Measure U passes.

How will Measure U funds be spent?

This summary originated from a story produced by Jakob McWhinney of Voice of San Diego.