The Pittsburgh school board has voted 8-1 to sell two vacant schools in order to raise money for the cash-starved district.
Board members decided Wednesday to sell the Madison School in the city's Hill District to Schenley Heights Community Development program for $65,000.
The board also voted to sell Burgwin School in Hazelwood for $475,000 to the Hazelwood Initiative for use as a Propel charter school and for community programs.
Both schools were closed in 2006.
In 2012, the school district a real estate company to evaluate vacant school buildings.