Kevin Change said it was strange the first time he saw an advertisement across the bottom of his calculus test. But now he and his classmates look for them.
“It’s really interesting to see what it is each time,” said Change, 16, a junior at Rancho Bernardo High School.
Some are pithy one-liners, hawking the names of local businesses: “Brace Yourself for a Great Semester! Braces by Henry, Stephen P. Henry D.M.D.”
Others are inspirational quotes, like “Keep the company of those who seek the truth, and run from those who have found it – Vaclav Havel.”
— Linda Lou (2008). «Funds sliced, teacher sells ads on tests», signonsandiego.com, 22 nov. 2008.
Génial! Est-il possible de corrompre l’éducation davantage?
[via 2¢ Worth de David Warlick]