Thousands of teachers are cashing in on a commodity they used to give away, selling their lesson plans online for extra money -- a practice that has some officials questioning who owns material developed for public school classrooms, reports the New York Times. "To the extent that school district resources are used, then I think it’s fair to ask whether the district should share in the proceeds," said Robert N. Lowry, deputy director of the New York State Council of School Superintendents. The marketplace for educational plans is too new to have generated policies or guidelines in most places. Beyond


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