Thursday, June 30, 2011

Wisconsin Budget Changes Already Improving Schools

From JSonline
Cost savings from worker contributions to health care and retirement, taking effect today as part of the new collective bargaining laws, will swing the Kaukauna School District from a $400,000 budget deficit to an estimated $1.5 million surplus, the Post-Crescent in Appleton reports.  The district tells the Post-Crescent that it plans to hire teachers and reduce class size.

So let me get this straight, asking teachers to contribute more to their health insurance and retirements didn't crash the education system?

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