Legislators got a preliminary look today at a report on the conditions of school buildings in Arkansas -- an issue that is expected to be at the forefront when the General assembly convenes in January. Teams of construction experts have assessed the conditions of each of Arkansas 6,600 school buildings. The Arkansas Supreme Court included facilities in its order that the state improve public schools. To make needed improvements, state Senator Shane Broadway told legislators that the state must agree on a set of standards that school buildings should meet. Then, the state can go ahead with improvements. But the work can occur only when money is in place. Voters turned away a measure that would have increased the state property tax to raise 90 million dollars for school facilities.