How teachers can reduce out-of-pocket spending on classroom supplies

07/16/2013 | U.S. News & World Report

With 80% of teachers reporting they have spent their personal money to buy classroom supplies -- to the tune of $1.6 billion last year -- there are several ways teachers can save on such expenses. Among other things, teachers can register on wish-list and donation websites, such as AdoptaClassroom.org and PledgeCents. Back-to-school sales and tax-free days also are options for teachers, and as are grants and recycled supplies.

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