April 1, 2014 Referendum

Oshkosh voters approve Referendum for Learning increase in school district funding to support student learning 59.4% yes to 40.6% no. Read press release here.



On April 1, 2014, residents of the Oshkosh Area School District will be asked to decide whether the school district should be able to increase its funding to support student learning.   

If approved by voters, the Referendum For Learning would provide $3.95 million per year for seven years to protect academic programs for students and improve technology for teaching and learning.

If not approved by voters, Oshkosh will need to make $2.5 million in cuts that will affect the classrooms and will be unable to make important investments in technology for students and teachers that have been outlined in the district’s strategic plan.

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