In tests for Tom Farber's high school class, students can demonstrate their mastery of calculus -- and also find out where to get braces or even a haircut: Squeezed by classroom budget cuts, the Rancho Bernardo, Calif., teacher is selling ads on his exams to cover the costs of printing them, reports CNN. Parents and administrators have praised Farber for his creative classroom funding, but he doesn't want it to become the norm. Instead, he says, the government must do more to help educators provide what students need. Farber started letting parents and local businesses sponsor tests this fall after

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