This month's dilemma:
Sales in the ClassroomScenario:
A couple with two children in the school district donate time and money to computerize a successful remedial math program started by one of their children’s middle school teachers. Several educators, including a private school administrator, have come to observe the program in action and are interested in using it in their classrooms. The teacher would be pleased to sell the program to them and other math teachers. May the public school classroom serve as a showroom for interested visitors and should the teacher be allowed to profit off her idea? Read our panelists' responses here.