In Wisconsin, rural superintendents turn to voters to keep schools going
There are 1 comment on the Christian Science Monitor story from Oct 31, 2016, titled In Wisconsin, rural superintendents turn to voters to keep schools going. In it, Christian Science Monitor reports that:
When state aid on education drops, Wisconsin districts must seek voter approval for specific ballot measures. Where they used to request money for things like building a new school, now the referendums are for money to keep the schools running.
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#1 Nov 17, 2016
Don't Close Shiocton School We Love It Here!!!!
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