Schools trade naming rights for cash

01/24/2003 | Wired magazine

More schools are selling naming rights to large corporations to raise funds to offset budget shortfalls. Although such agreements are considered by some to conflict with education's best interests, some deals can bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars.

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