Senate To Hear 180 Day School Bill Today

The issue of scrapping the 180 day requirement for schools to be in session,

up for a senate vote today, came to the forefront in January, when most Wisconsin schools were closed for at least four days due to the coldest winter in two decades. La Crosse Schools Superintendent, Randy Nelson can attest to that.


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School districts would still have quotas for classroom hours.

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