Educators adjust for dwindling funds


Schools and teachers in Wisconsin are having to get more creative in providing basic classroom needs as they continue to face tight budgets. Many of them are resorting to foundation grants, fund-raising for endowment funds… even selling naming rights to school facilities… just to be able to teach.One teacher who’s had to get creative in order to keep her class rooms going is Amy Calkins.She’s the English-as-a-Second-Language instructor for the Edgerton School district. Terry Bell talks to Calkins…

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