This month's dilemma:
A Yearbook YikesScenario:
Three months after the yearbooks are distributed, a parent meets with the high school principal and superintendent to complain her daughter’s photo had an offensive word superimposed in her hair. While it’s difficult to spot, everyone in the small, rural community is aware of it. The mother wants a total recall of the yearbooks and a 100 percent reprint of books, paid by the school district, for eventual exchange. Based on modest returns after a month, the superintendent realizes the impossibility of retrieving every yearbook and wants to order a third of the original number. The mother of the distraught girl is threatening legal action. How should the district respond?Read our panelists' responses here.