Should schools allow advertising on campus to raise money?

09/19/2010 | San Diego Union-Tribune

More school districts across the country are allowing advertising on campus to offset budget shortages. Most advertising has previously been through extracurricular activities, but financial woes are forcing districts to consider allowing access inside schools. Parents in one California district are concerned about advertisers being allowed to target students and about the schools' promotion of certain commercial brands.

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