A teacher who could no longer afford to print out the tests for his classes has taken to selling ads on his students' tests. The current pricing is $10 per quiz, $20 per test and $30 per final. Most of the ads are from parents and local businesses. What kind of a message would you put on your kid's test?Link
ChrisM70, maybe you ar onto something. How about a volume discount, and at the bottom the copying company advertise on the test saying they were the one who printed it off?
What kind of a budget does this school have?
What is wrong with the parents if they won't pay to fund basic printed materials for schools?
The original story says that it costs him 3¢ per copy. The school can't work out a deal or find a place that would print them cheaper? Could they not get their own copying machine?
Our country's priorities are completely screwed up.
The last thing a teacher needs to do is spend time figuring out ways on how to keep his/her corporate sponsors happy, or how to bring in more revenue. They should spend their time TEACHING KIDS.
It would probably also help if the teachers got more help from the parents, too.