School officials in Fairfax County, Va., are considering expanding corporate sponsorship of facilities and programs to help pay the bills in a time of scarce state resources.

"Given the revenue shortage we are facing—we have so many areas of need—we have to look at all potential sources of revenue," Superintendent Daniel A. Domenech said.

A report released in December by a committee of Fairfax school officials, parents, and community leaders recommended hiring a consultant to determine how much money schools would get in exchange for naming rights. There could one

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