Yes. Since 2014, Mayor Walsh and BPS have secured more than $110 million in funds from the Massachusetts School Building Authority (MSBA) to support new school buildings and facility renovations, which includes $30 million from the MSBA Accelerated Repair Program to fund for new boilers, windows, and roofs in school buildings across the City; $48 million from MSBA for the $125 million Boston Arts Academy project; and $37 million from MSBA for the $73 million Dearborn STEM Academy. This year, BPS and the City plan to seek additional MSBA funds for new boilers, windows, and roofs at seven BPS schools as part of the 2018 MSBA Accelerated Repair Program. In fact, since 2015, the City of Boston has made a concerted effort to leverage MSBA funds more. Over that period, the City has launched $252 million in MSBA-eligible projects, for which we’ve received $117.9 million in MSBA reimbursements. The amount of MSBA dollars accessed in 2018 exceeds the total external funds acquired in the three years dating back from 2012 to 2014.