With states working to close gaping budget gaps and rising deficits, education is often the first on the cutting board. No where is this more controversial than in Wisconsin, where Governor Scott Walker is proposing a bill that would strip teachers and other public employees of most of their collective bargaining rights and increase their contributions for benefits.
What sort of ripple effect could it have in schools in the U.S.?
CNN education contributor Steve Perry talks to American Morning's TJ Holmes about how this could affect school districts and state budgets across the country. Perry also weighs in on whether cameras should be allowed in the classroom to monitor school teachers.