Education, politics, and anything else that catches my attention.
Could we share it? We could each work half-time.
Obviously the California college system has alot of money to spare.
This is criminal. They'll probably just raise tuition or charge even more ridiculous rates for books than before to cover it.
The university doesn't get a kickback on textbooks, believe it or not. Unlike the primary and secondary school systems, the faculty teaching the course is in control of what textbooks to use, if any (and textbooks aren't nearly as popular at the university as packets, for a variety of reasons).There are faculty who use their own textbooks, but all universities I know of have very strict policies about that.
Post a Comment