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May 03, 2007

A Sign of Equality for Pre-K Teachers

In the immortal words of Homer Simpson: “Woo hoo!.”  This week is Educator Appreciation Week at Barnes & Noble Booksellers; and lucky for us, Barnes & Noble, unlike the IRS, includes pre-k teachers in its special offerings: 25 percent off classroom and personal purchases.  To all you pre-k educators out there: be sure to bring a pay stub or your union card to prove you are a teacher.  I was not aware of this requirement and had to plead with the cashier.  Apparently neither she nor her lovely manager read this blog…

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