What employers are looking to Universities for, for delivering graduates with the right skillsets to make businesses thrive in this global economy. These 2 leaders tackled that issue and more in this interview with John, Bob and Marty on 105.1 WAYY.
The upcoming EC School Referendum, It's economic, educational and societal impact and some questions about what educations role in a community is were all covered in this exchange of ideas.
Lively discussion about the implementation of the Living Wage Ordinance in Eau Claire
With the ribbon cutting for the new North Barstow Parking Ramp set for Thursday--a look at the project, its costs, benefits to consumers and to business in downtown Eau Claire. Caution: There is also a segment about the damaged sewer pipes beneath the river that may or may not be affecting Bob Bosold's inner tubing adventures
A new school in Altoona, concerns about a sidewalk (or lack thereof) and the cost of extra curriculars-All part of this conversation.
A discussion about the possibility of Eau Claire using Solar Energy to power the Fairfax Park Pool--The economics of renewable energy.
Chippewa Falls Supt. of Schools Heidi Taylor Eliopoulous talks about school referendum possibilities, block scheduling for classes, staffing issues, what happens to Dorais Field if a move is made with the High School and much more.
He's a retired History teacher--he's looking to unseat 3rd district Congressman Ron Kind in the August 9th primary (which is much like the General Election because there is NO Republican challenger in November)