Often, a nice letter on school letterhead asking for evaluation copies of
textbooks due to your pending possible purchase will help you acquire single
copies of textbooks.
I agree, though that this should be decided on on an "as requested" basis,
or at least decided on no differently than nay other book purchase.
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From: "Alan or Laura Gabelsberg" <email@example.com>
> I welcome anyone to share your experiences regarding textbooks and
> specifically, what materials did you provide upon opening your schools
> proved good choices and which ones proved to be bad choices. How did
> decide on what materials to provide (if anything) - was this handle by
> among the founders? What advice would you give to our fledgling group on
> the issue of textbooks?
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