Parents Fundraising Keeps Programs in Schools

A librarian reads to children. (Image credit: Getty Images)
A librarian reads to children. (Image credit: Getty Images)

 

 

Written by Vanessa Romo

Librarians, PE teachers, and music teachers are essential to public education, but thoseprograms have suffered as public schools cut the budget year after year after year. Some parents are fundraising to bring back and bolster the programs schools can’t finance themselves. Listen here.

Parents Fundraising Keeps Programs in Schools 10 May,2012ymartinez

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