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Oregon School Cuts Back to Four Day Weeks

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Oregon School Cuts Back to Four Day Weeks

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Oregon School Cuts Back to Four Day Weeks

Oregon School Cuts Back to Four Day Weeks

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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.