A Lesson in Fiscal Fitness For Teachers Buying Classroom Supplies

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With budget shortfalls everywhere, buying teacher supplies on the cheap often costs more in the long run. A new report reveals some proven cost-effective strategies that won't shortchange a student's total learning experience: http://www.mpmschoolsupplies.com/buyersguide

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We really feel for what teachers are going through today. They're constantly forced to do more with less. With our new report, we share real world answers on how any teacher can best manage their classroom supplies budget.

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These days, teachers are under attack from a variety of sources. A new documentary, "Waiting for Superman" by the director of "An Inconvenient Truth" turns a critical eye towards the education system, and especially teachers. In this environment, the last thing teachers want to do is make poor decisions about their classrooms. And that includes vital resources like classroom supplies and classroom decorations.

Fortunately a new guide provides proven insights on maintaining a fiscally fit classroom supplies budget. As Phil Johnson, co-founder of MPM School Supplies shared, "We really feel for what teachers are going through today. They're constantly forced to do more with less. With our new report, we share real world answers on how any teacher can best manage their classroom supplies budget."

Johnson invited teachers, school administrators and day school operators to claim no-cost access to a special report from MPM School Supplies: "The 7 Costly Mistakes Teachers Make When Buying Classroom Supplies and How You Can Avoid Them"

Even in today's e-world, some teachers are still reluctant to purchase classroom supplies online. For that reason, among others, the report provides key takeaways from both the buyer and seller perspective.

The special report was made possible by the retailer's online experience in selling school and teacher supplies, as well as from more than 10 years of experience purchasing daycare supplies for a series of family-owned daycare centers.

Highlights from the "The 7 Costly Mistakes Teachers Make When Buying Classroom Supplies and How You Can Avoid Them" include:

  •     How "crowdsourcing" saves far more than buying alone
  •     Two critical blunders teachers make when buying teacher supplies online
  •     How free shipping actually ends up costing teachers more
  •     One powerful, 30-second tip that could save hundreds of dollars
  •     The #1 mistake even savvy teachers make when buying from a catalog

To gain immediate access to the classroom supplies special report please go to:
http://www.mpmschoolsupplies.com/buyersguide

For the media, Phil Johnson is available for expert quotes on how teachers can stretch their classroom supplies budget in these challenging economic times. And in so doing, show the type of fiscal fitness prowess even the most budget-conscious school administrator would admire.

About MPM School Supplies

MPM School Supplies is an online retailer with a selection of over 25,000 teacher supplies; discount school supplies, preschool supplies, daycare supplies, classroom decorations, and classroom furniture. MPM School Supplies is owned by MPM Webworks, LLC, a family-owned business headquartered in Canton, Ohio. To learn more, call 800.454.3599 or visit http://www.mpmschoolsupplies.com

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