Financially challenged Utah schools are making deals with wireless phone companies to allow them to place antennas on top of the school buildings in exchange for up to $7,000 per school.

Though this is a mere drop in the bucket for a yearly school budget, every penny counts in the state that spends the least per student in the country. "If I were a local school principal, I'd love to have a building that made $6,000 a year," remarked Robert Day, assistant superintendent for auxiliary services in the Jordan School District.

In exchange for paying the...

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