The battle between Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker and public unions continues. Tuessday, Governor Walker introduced his two-year budget proposal, which includes nearly $900 million in public school cuts. Walker unveiled his budget just weeks after he announced his controversial proposal to strip the state's public unions of collective bargaining rights. Wisconsin teachers are at the forefront of this fight. But how do teachers discuss the budget battle once they return to their classrooms?
Kate Arnold, a high school social studies teacher from Madison, Wisconsin, talks about how she is teaching this event in her classroom.