"I just wanted to find a way to save money. We have to sell ads for our yearbook, for our school newspaper. I don't think this small amount of advertising will change my classroom." (Jeb Harrison, history and economics teacher at Pocatello High School in Idaho, who agreed to carry an ad for Molto's Pizza on every test, quiz and class handout. In exchange, the pizzeria pays for all of Harrison's paper--10,000 sheets for five classes.The Pocatello school district expects to run about $10 million in the red next year. As quoted by the Associated Press.)
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