Arkansas legislators are waiting for a report due November 30th that will estimate costs for improving state public school buildings. Legislators say they expect some sticker shock, which could revive a push for further consolidations of school districts. Consolidation bitterly divided legislators throughout the 2003 regular session and this years special session. The state paid more than nine (m) million dollars for the assessment of its 6,600 school buildings. Having adequate facilities is a part of a court order the state is under to improve its public schools.