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Saturday, August 6, 2011

Should High Schools Sell Ad Space on Their Lockers?

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Facing $3.6 million in budget cuts this year, Minnesota's Centennial school district might open its lockers to advertisers. The Star Tribunereports:
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I am a qualified teacher at The American School in London and I didn’t think that there is an issue to place an ads on pupil lockers. I love to spend my time with students and I provide them Best Assignment Help UK along with satisfaction and I will discuss this issue with my students to get their advice.

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