Big business in the school library

Tinnish, Dianne
May 1996
Emergency Librarian;May/Jun96, Vol. 23 Issue 5, p8
Stresses the need for teacher librarians to determine the source of corporate donations before receiving them. Percentage increase in corporate giving since 1970; Ethical implications for libraries of accepting corporate sponsorships; Prevalence of corporate donations that are attached to conditions.


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