October 2, 2013
C.A.S.H. to Offer Maintenance Management Certification Program
C.A.S.H. has always believed that properly maintained schools are one of the bedrock principals of our organization; to ensure that school buildings are clean, safe and functional, and to protect the significant investment the state has made in new and modernized schools. That is why the C.A.S.H. Board created the C.A.S.H. Maintenance Network in 1987, under the leadership of then Chair Terry Bradley, to advocate for adequate funding and programs to support school maintenance activities. C.A.S.H.’s long-standing support for school maintenance is also the reason that C.A.S.H. has opposed proposals that would allow school maintenance funding to be used for other purposes, even when this position wasn’t always popular.