There are many different challenges FCPS must navigate to ensure all schools receive equitable resources. The adoption of the One Fairfax Policy is the vehicle the Fairfax County Board of Supervisors and School Board will use to eliminate achievement gaps and ensure equitable opportunities for all students.

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a planning tool for FCPS capital improvements of school facilities over a five year period. One of the guiding principles of the CIP is to keep students within their zoned pyramids from K-12 grades. Currently, almost 20,000 of FCPS students transfer out of their own pyramid.

Below are issues that contribute to students leaving their pyramids and other existing inequities that need immediate attention under this policy. Use the accordions below to explore these issues. To learn more about the topics listed below, visit our Resource Library.

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