Squeezed between tight budgets, funding mandates and swelling demands for programs and services, the nation's public schools are turning more and more to corporate partnerships, striking deals that provide revenue boosts or needed equipment for classrooms and sports teams in exchange for a captive audience of young consumers.
Hyatt, Kay, "Study Examines Commercialization of Schools" (2000). General University of Maine Publications. 1882.
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