Oregon School Cuts Back to Four Day Weeks

The tough economy has taken its toll on many schools. For the Oakridge School in Oakridge, Oregon, cutting the school week to four days has been a cost cutting measure. Yet, how are working parents supposed to deal with this?

Tony Cox talks with Donald Kordosky, the superintendent of the Oakridge School, and Carol Miller, a parent of a student at the school.

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