The ability to hold a successful bond election is a vital part of the superintendency in Texas (Bordelon, 2005). Aging facilities, increasing student enrollments, and technological needs exacerbate the need to gain community support for capital improvement projects.
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Hickey, Wesley; Linn, Genie Bingham; and Vaughn, Vance, "Demographic trends in Texas bond elections" (2008). Educational Leadership and Policy Studies Faculty Publications and Presentations. Paper 10.
Hickey, W. D., Linn, G. B., & Vaughn, V. (2008). Demographic trends in Texas bond elections. AASA Journal of Scholarship and Practice 5(2), 21-29.