I-Poly has broken ground on a $20 million, 21-classroom facility on the southwest part of the campus. “This long-dreamed-of facility means a permanent home for I-Poly that will support its project-based approach to learning and further enhance the school’s tradition of excellence,” says Jon Gundry, interim superintendent of the Los Angeles County Office of Education (LACOE), which operates the school in partnership with Cal Poly Pomona. Read the full article from Polycentric.