Milwaukee Principles for Corporate Involvement in Schools
"A Citizens Guide to Adopting Commercial-Free School Board Policies In Your Community", from the Center for Commercial Free Public Education.
Seattle District Policy
On November 21, 2001, the Seattle School Board took a step in the right direction by adopting (in a 6-1 vote) the following policy:
"It is the policy of the Seattle School Board to significantly restrict
commercial advertising on or within district-operated property. Corporate
support that maintains the integrity of the learning environment is
As amended, the procedures phase out Channel One by the 2004-5 school year,
and require the district to change the current Coke machine facades, but
permit distribution of flyers/brochures etc. throughout the school and sent
home with kids at the discretion of the principal.
For news accounts about the Board's action, read these articles in:
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