The Green Bay Press-Gazette reports there will soon be an “exodus” of faculty and staff at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College. NWTC, which taps financial support both from local property taxes and state funding, is facing a $7.5 million total deficit under Gov. Walker’s proposed budget. College President Jeff Rafn told the paper, “This is going to be a significant change for us. It also will be an opportunity to not fill positions. We’ll need to look at that as we move forward.” Read the article here.
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