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Statute Text

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Article - Education
§5–307.  
(a)   The Interagency Committee on Public School Construction shall assist the Prince George’s County Board of Education in developing an education facility master plan that encourages and supports the neighborhood school concept to improve the quality of education for all students in Prince George’s County.
(b)   The education facility master plan under subsection (a) of this section shall be updated annually.
(c)   To the extent the Prince George’s County Board of Education and the county consider appropriate, the neighborhood school concept of the education facility master plan may include interagency utilization of neighborhood schools, including joint use of school facilities and property of:
(1)   The Maryland–National Capital Park and Planning Commission;
(2)   The Prince George’s County library system;
(3)   The Prince George’s County Health Department;
(4)   The Prince George’s County Police Department;
(5)   The Prince George’s County Department of Social Services; and
(6)   The Prince George’s County Department of Family Services.
(d)   Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Prince George’s County Board of Education may construct a school facility planned for joint use by the county board and a public agency listed in subsection (c) of this section on property owned by a public agency other than the county board.