The Monmouth-Roseville school superintendent hopes the Classroom First Commission will take a look at simple ways to save education dollars.
Paul Woehlke said small steps can mean big savings.
He said, “There is opportunity for sharing what we call 'back office' functions. Payroll and bookkeeping and those kinds of things. In my mind, I'm not sure that opportunity has been explored to its fullest extent yet.”
He said districts use a wide variety of software packages so compatibility is the only real barrier.