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There's an interesting article in today's NYTimes about teachers selling lesson plans, and the myriad issues this raises. http://www.nytimes.com/2009/11/15/education/15plans.html Should public school teachers be allowed to reap personal financial reward for lesson plans they create? What if they put the money back into the classroom? Is that different than if they put the money in their pockets? Does the equation change now that more lesson plans are being delivered digitally?