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Teachers Cash In Selling Lesson Plans Online

January 10, 2018 7:14

The increasing popularity of online lesson plans has led to a lucrative sideline for thousands of teachers. For many, this kind of enterprise is a good thing- educators are doing what they love and being paid for their effort. But others worry that seeing education as a business- where teachers can “profit”- will lead to fewer free resources and less professional collaboration.

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