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NWTC budget proposal expands high-demand programs

7:15 AM, Apr. 29, 2013
Physical therapy assistant students work with a group of senior citizens in the Keep Stepping class Thursday at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.
Physical therapy assistant students work with a group of senior citizens in the Keep Stepping class Thursday at Northeast Wisconsin Technical College.
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Northeast Wisconsin Technical College is expanding popular programs next school year, but administrators say that won't impact its spending plan.

School officials are shifting resources to programs that are most in demand in a budget that isn't expected to mean higher costs for taxpayers, according to NWTC President Jeff Rafn.

The college's general fund budget is expected to dip slightly to $77.18 million from $77.52 million last school year. ...

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