Three teachers — not four — will cover Ripon’s music levels this fall. But that won’t affect music programming one bit, the district says, and isn’t a long-term plan.
Wisconsin leaders have their work cut out for them in addressing a gap between the skilled jobs available, and those present to fill them. That was among the concerns Wisconsin Lt. Gov. Rebecca Kleefisch identified Tuesday as she made a swing through Ripon.
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