A Guide to the K–12 Public-Private Partnerships (P3s)

K–12 districts across the country are facing big challenges and limited resources with which to address them—a reality we are all aware of. Many districts are increasingly looking for creative ways to make projects happen.

One potential option is a public-private partnership (P3)—and indeed the country is now seeing its first large-scale K–12 P3 play out.

B&D’s free, comprehensive guide to K–12 P3s will help you better understand and potentially navigate this world. You’ll learn about the history of P3s in K–12, pros/cons, deal structures, the attributes of a good engagement, what possible candidates for a K–12 P3 look like, and more. The guide also features an extensive FAQ, answering the questions we hear most often. You can browse the entire guide in the viewer below, or…

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