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Monday, August 15, 2016


Obviously I think this is a good deal else why would I promote something I don't like? You don't have to answer that.

Lynn Public Schools added a new photo.
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My only question is is it legal? No I don't mean the sale, who could argue with 30% off? No, I'm referring to the ethicacy of LPS promoting a private business. I am sure there is policy somewhere, You know what though? It's an argument nobody wins an I am tired. Been a hard day running my lance through windmills.

I lied, it's not my only question. My next and BIGGER question is that if LPS does actually give to the classrooms all that they need which DR. LATHAM has claimed on numerous occasions why would LPS be even promoting this?

1 comment:

  1. This is an ongoing issue in pubic schools throughout the country. Teachers send out lists of required items that every student must have because school districts do not provide them. However, many parents cannot afford to purchase these items, especially those with more than one child attending school. Therefore, teachers are forced to get these items using other methods such as donations, but most still end up paying for them out of their own pockets. In Massachusetts, schools may ask students (parents) to supply their own "consumable materials" which again can be costly or unaffordable to many parents and students.