- A teacher in South Carolina is suing her school district, alleging that the district required her to pay for school supplies and work for free at school-related events.
- The lawsuit, obtained by WIS Digital, claims the school district violated state and federal law.
- The Department of Education found 94% of teachers pay for school supplies, in part due to diminishing public education investment.
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Nearly every teacher pays out of pocket for school supplies — and now one is taking legal action.
Shannon Burgess, a teacher in South Carolina, sued her school district for allegedly requiring her to read more >>>