Federal paperwork impacts Wisconsin teachers
Early childhood and special education teacher Sheila Noordzy has her hands full teaching a class of 18 3-to-5-year-old children in the Chequamegon School District in Park Falls. She often puts in long hours, partly due to federal paperwork that takes her away from working with the children. Federal requirements in special education are especially burdensome, educators tell the Badger Institute in a survey.
Read the story, "Teachers want to help kids, not do paperwork," here. And a related story, "Educators decry feds' heavy-handed approach toward local schools," here.
Video by Anna Maria Hansen.