Nevada shouldn't expect teachers to equip classrooms

08/19/2008 | Las Vegas Sun

Few office workers could imagine paying for pens and paper out of their own paychecks, yet many Nevada teachers said they expect to spend as much as $100 a month out of their own pocketbooks to supply their classrooms with school necessities. To combat this inequity, parents who can afford to should pitch in to help, but ultimately, it is the state that must commit to adequately funding its schools, writes the Las Vegas Sun editorial board.

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