Officials question the sale of lesson plans online

11/15/2009 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

More districts are beginning to question whether teachers should be allowed to sell lesson plans online on sites like Teachers Pay Teachers and We Are Teachers. Some teachers say they use the money to buy classroom supplies, and others use the funds for personal expenses. "Teaching can be a thankless job," one teacher said. "I put my hard-earned time and effort into creating these things, and I just would like credit."

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