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In a trip through a local office supply store, my wife looked at some of the school supply lists that teachers at various local schools have posted. One that caught her attention was for a second grade class in Madison, Wisconsin. The list was topped with 4 boxes of crayons, 16 crayons per box, followed by multiple sets of other items. At the end of the list was the message that stated that unused supplies would not be returned to the students. The reason for this is that all supplies will be kept in common by the teacher and distributed to the students when they use them. This insures fair and equal access to the supplies to all students, even those who could not contribute.

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