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Old 08-14-2008, 09:10 AM   #10
Steven Lyle Jordan
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I'm going to suggest it again, and let the chips fall where they may: Replacing student revenue with advertising or patronage revenue might be the answer.

It is probably not a good idea to simply allow ad money to select which books are used, so it would likely be an involved process of:
  1. Previewing texts by teachers,
  2. Selecting texts to use,
  3. THEN selling ad/patron/grant space for revenue.

Strict rules of the type and format of ads would also have to be applied.

Go ahead and say it: No one likes ads.

But who likes paying $500 a year for textbooks?
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