As Enrollment Falls, Rural Indiana School District Searches For Funding

Jun 29, 2016

A small school district in Indiana struggles with funding cuts tied to declining enrollment.
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As enrollment drops in the state’s rural schools, educators are left with a big challenge – find money to teach the kids who remain.

Indiana Public Broadcasting’s Peter Balonon-Rosen takes us back to a small northern Indiana school district where administrators spent the final day of the academic year scrambling to figure out how they will manage when classes resume in the fall.