Saturday, August 6, 2011

College Campus Book Rentals

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@textbookrentals Ogden, UT rents textbooks to students on thousands of college campuses nationwide. It seems that they've  been rocking college bookstores since 2007.

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Just a bit more information for you!  Hope this helps all my friends in the school world!
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ABOUT StudentsFirst
Out of everything I read these next few parents seems to explain it the best for me, and the best with regards to Michelle Rhee and the StudentsFirst program...

Led by Michelle Rhee, the former Chancellor of D.C. Public Schools, StudentsFirst formed in 2010 in response to an increasing demand for a better education system in America. Our grassroots movement is designed to mobilize parents, teachers, students, administrators, and citizens throughout country, and to channel their energy to produce meaningful results on both the local and national level. StudentsFirst is a 501(c)4 organization based in Washington, D.C.
If you have any questions about our organization or our mission, feel free to contact us. If you are a member of the media and would like to speak with our public relations representative, contact

Praise for StudentsFirst

“Michelle Rhee will bring demonstrated excellence backed by enormous energy and commitment to the national discussion on school reform. What she did in Washington, D.C. was game changing, which is precisely what the country needs — bold leadership that is unafraid to put students first, regardless how controversial that may prove to be to those who continue to protect a status quo that fails children.” — Joel I. Klein, outgoing New York City Schools Chancellor

**If you have read this, and you know someone in college that could really use this information please give them this link.  You could be saving someone's education!  Thank you!


Lorie Shewbridge said...

What a fantastic thing to help college students! Thanks for the information. I've Tweeted, FB & Stumbled the info for everyone to hear about it. =)

Introducing Mr. Cool said...

Yes, great Post. I'm definitely going to pass the word about this one. Thanks for sharing.

Sabrina Kennedy said...

Hey! thanks for the follow! following you back!

stephanie said...

I think this is a great idea college is expensive and this will help alot

karenmed409 said...

Thanks for sharing the info.. our big guy took a summer college class and the book was very expensive.. I will be checking this out next year after he graduates to save on the books

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